March 25-27, 2022
An Ignatian, Silent Weekend Retreat for Men
The only goal of the Christian life is to follow the Lord's pattern, as he became human, we are to become "divine." This means that at baptism we received all we needed to become more and more the children of God and through the Eucharist, our own prayer and regular retreats, we further that identity as sons and daughters of God, thus sharing in Jesus' own life before the Father as well as before Mary our Mother in the order of grace.
Groups Attending: Individuals, K of C Holy Ghost Council 4977 (St. Theresa, Palatine)
Fr. David Vincent Meconi, SJ is an Associate Professor of Historical Theology as well as the Director of the new Catholic Studies Centre at Saint Louis University; he is also the editor of Homiletic and Pastoral Review. He holds the pontifical license in Early Church History from the University of Innsbruck in Austria, as well as a doctorate in Patristics from the University of Oxford. He has published numerous books and articles on the early Church, most recently is his 101 Surprising Facts About Church History (St. Benedict’s Press). Fr. Meconi is a Fellow of the Augustinian Institute at Villanova University; he serves on the boards of the St. Benedict Forum at Hope College in Holland, MI, as well as on the ecclesiastical board of Boston College.