- Saturday March 12, 9am – 3pm Women’s Retreat (Living the Beatitudes)
Please RSVP to Lisa for this event so we can get a count for lunch.
- Saturday March 12 – Sunday March 13 Preach Sunday Masses
- Sunday March 13, 6:30 pm Adoration, 7 pm Parish Retreat: Time for God (Personal Prayer Life and Deep Relationship with God)
- Monday March 14, 10 am – 1 pm Mass, Discussion and Lunch Home-School Families
- Monday March 14, 6 pm Adoration, 7 pm Parish Retreat: Time for God (Personal Prayer Life and Deep Relationship with God)
- Tuesday March 15, 8:30 am Visit Epiphany Catholic School, 2 pm Mass ECS, 3:30pm Address ECS Staff
- Tuesday Marcy 15, 6:00 pm Adoration, 7 pm Men’s Conference (Growing Through Trials)
Offerings will be taken up at the end of each completed event.
About Fr Jacques
With over one million copies sold in 24 languages, Jacques Philippe’s writings on themes such as prayer, interior freedom, and peace of heart have become classics of modern Catholic spirituality.
Jacques Philippe was born on March 12, 1947 in Lorraine, France. After studying mathematics in college, he spent several years teaching and doing scientific research. In 1976, he met the then recently-founded Community of the Beatitudes and answered the Lord’s call to follow Him through this vocation (see below for more information on the Community of the Beatitudes). He then spent several years in Nazareth and Jerusalem immersing himself in the study of Hebrew and the Jewish roots of Christianity. In 1981, he traveled to Rome to study theology and canon law, was ordained a priest in 1985, and began his work as a spiritual director, working in the formation of priests and seminarians of the Community. In 1994, he returned to France, where he assumed various responsibilities including the development of training in the Community, and participation in its General Council. He has also preached retreats regularly in France and abroad and has consolidated his principal retreat themes into several books on spirituality. In recent years, he has devoted himself primarily to spiritual direction and preaching retreats.
The Community of the Beatitudes is an Ecclesial Family of Consecrated life founded in France in 1973. The Community of the Beatitudes gathers faithful from all states of life (married or unmarried lay people, seminarians, priests, permanent deacons, men and women consecrated in celibacy) who wish to conform as closely as possible to the model of the early Christian community through the common life, the sharing of goods, voluntary poverty and an intense sacramental and liturgical life. The members of the Community (which has a contemplative vocation based on Carmelite spirituality), are actively engaged in the service of the poor and the proclamation of the Gospel.
See more on his web site.