Led by Fr. Elijah Owens OSB, Wednesdays at 6 pm
Spirituality for a Catholic is rooted not just in prayer that makes us “feel good”, but in a much deeper desire to grow in holiness and know God’s will for us in our lives. The “how” this is done has found expression in a number of forms of spirituality grounded in the rich traditions of our Church. During our Wednesday sessions we will explore each of the most commonly practiced forms of Catholic spirituality to allow you to discern if they might be helpful in your own call to holiness. These will include Ignatian, Dominican, Franciscan, Augustinian, Marian, Monastic, Salesian, Carmelite, Opus Dei, new lay movements, and a few others. This “panorama” series will explore old and new spiritualities in just a few short months, involve guest lecturers who practice these forms, and will offer suggestions to deepen your own spirituality. Every Wednesday from 6:00 pm-7:00 pm at the Newman House with a different topic each week.
Every Wednesday 6 pm – 7 pm (finishing before 7pm, giving you time for supper at Newman House if you wish).