On one of her trips to the United States, St. Teresa of Calcutta lamented that the disease of the West is loneliness. In her book, Essential Writings (NY: Orbis Books, 2005), she says: Jesus comes to meet us. To welcome him, let us go to meet him. He comes to
“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom.” So we read in Proverbs 1:7, but what kind of fear leads to our becoming wiser and more knowledgeable persons? A simple example would be the fear of touching a hot stove top because we know it will scorch our fingers.
Programs offered in our Epiphany Institute track feature in-depth teaching on a variety of topics such as modes of spiritual direction, evangelization, youth formation, and the writings of the Doctors of the Church. PLEASE CHECK OUR ‘CURRENT PROGRAM’ listings for details and schedules.
We devote this day to dialogue and reflection related to formation of our youth in the third millennium. The first conference will present a holistic model for youth formation, exploring the challenges inherent to our culture today. Our second conference will focus on social media and its implications for holistic
Our Lenten Evenings of Reflection are held annually, each Palm Sunday Evening, at 7pm in the Epiphany Chapel. After the program we offer a reception featuring fellowship and refreshments. Our next Evening of Reflection, Living the Paschal Mystery, is scheduled for Palm Sunday, April 5, 2020. Join us for an evening