Day of Reflection
sponsored by the Victorious Missionaries
Saturday, May 5, 2018
Begins with liturgy at 9:15 a.m.
Ends after dinner at 5:00 p.m.
(Optional Reconciliation Service at 6:30 p.m.)
Saturday Presenter: Fr. Mark Dean, OMI
As the disciples walked along the road to Emmaus (cf. Lk 24:13f), they were joined by a stranger who opened for them a completely new understanding of scriptures well-known to them.
Father Mark would like to share with you how, with the help of Fr. James Alison (perhaps a stranger to you), he has come to see the Scriptures in a new light…a light whose source is the Risen Christ. We will first look at a way of understanding ourselves and how this self-understanding impacts our understanding of God. Then we will look at some well-known parables and see how they may point us in a direction we had not anticipated – when seen through the heart of Jesus, the Forgiving Victim.
Father Mark Dean, a Missionary Oblate of Mary Immaculate, is currently on staff at King’s House Retreat and Renewal Center in Belleville, IL. Previously he has (among a variety of assignments) served as a formator to Oblate seminarians, pastor to Sweden’s northern-most parish, and chaplain to both university students and men incarcerated.
Please join us for a day of reflection as we explore a new look at the Scriptures.
Price: $70 (includes lunch and dinner)
The Victorious Missionaries offer spiritual support for people with disabilities and those who want to share their journey.
We warmly invite one and all to take part in our spirituality presentation on Saturday.