By Fr. Paul Mankowski, S.J. (articles ) | April 29, 2003 12:31 PM
Catholic men interested in discerning a more serious commitment to Christ might consider a retreat weekend, June 26-29, 2003, given by seven young and orthodox Jesuits in Waupaca, Wisconsin. Pope John Paul II's Message to Youth: A Jesuit Retreat will include Stations of the Cross, Liturgy of the Hours, Mass, Adoration and Benediction, the chance for personal confession, as well as ample time for personal prayer and meditation. It is intended for single men, high school graduates, up to 28 years of age. Talks include
Love & Responsibility, Mr. Rob Bufton, S.J.
Theology of the Body, Mr. Anthony Wieck, S.J.
Mary: Mother of the Eucharist, Fr. Will Propsero, S.J.
Holy Eucharist, Fr. Matt Gamber, S.J.
Confession, Fr. Joe Mueller, S.J.
Deification, Fr. David Meconi, S.J.
For further information contact Fr. Will Prospero, S.J., by e-mail or at 414-288-3058.
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