Day of Reflection: Pausing and Unpausing – Finding Rest in the Restlessness
June 7 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm$20
Join us for a silent day of reflection with Mass. As we balance work and family and finances and grocery shopping, we can find countless reasons not to pause and refresh. How can we seek calm within the craziness? God’s command of the Sabbath is more than just a day for church. It’s a lifestyle that takes restlessness seriously enough to reframe it, to see it differently, to hold onto some things and let other things go, to take a breath. This Day of Reflection allows you the intentional space to retreat so you can return to life with new eyes. Limited to the first 22 registrants. Advance registration required.
Andy Otto, MA is a member of the Pastoral department at Ignatius House where he guides digital programming and leads retreats. He also works in Adult Faith Formation at St. Thomas More Catholic Church in Decatur, Ga., a Jesuit parish. He holds an M.A. in Theology and Ministry from Boston College. Originally from Boston, Andy spent nearly three years as a Jesuit studying for the priesthood, which helped form his love for Ignatian spirituality. During that time, he taught primary school students in Syracuse, NY and Kingston, Jamaica, worked at a palliative care cancer hospital in the Bronx, and was a chaplain at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, DC. He is the creator of GodInAllThings.com, and is the author of God Moments: Unexpected Encounters in the Ordinary. Andy enjoys helping people discover the wisdom of discernment in the Ignatian tradition.
Enjoy special pricing throughout June as we re-emerge from shelter-in-place.
$20 per person includes a boxed lunch, plus 4 meals that will be donated to frontline workers at MercyCare.
(If you are able, offer an additional $20 to purchase more meals for our non-profit partners serving the homeless and less fortunate.) Thank you!
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