2020 Communion and Liberation Priest Retreat
Only one thing I long, to live in the house of the Lord
April 13-17 Franciscan Renewal Center, Scottsdale, AZ
To be good priests, you first of all have to be men, to feel what men feel. Live the relationship with everything that becomes present. Live the truth of your humanity. Cry because you need to cry - or you are afraid, because the problem is difficult and you feel the inadequacy of your strength. Be human; live your humanity as an aspiration, as a sensitivity to the problems, as a risk to face, as a faithfulness to what God makes urgent in your soul. In this way, reality will appear to your eyes in a true way.
Each year we gather during the Octave of Easter to spend some time with the Risen Lord in and through our companionship with one another. We are going to reflect on the priesthood as essential to the church's proclamation of the Gospel in today's culture. We will gather at the Franciscan Renewal Center in Scottsdale, AZ (www.casameetings.org). The retreat will start with dinner on Monday, April 13, and end with lunch on Friday, April 17. The price of the retreat is $475 per person. For all inquires contact Olivetta Danese at firstname.lastname@example.org or 914-548-1275.
Fr. José Medina FSCB
Fr. José Medina is the national leader of Communion and Liberation.
Fr. Medina has devoted much of his professional career to the world of education first as teacher of physics and mathematics in Washington DC and Boston, and than as principal of Cristo Rey Boston.
Msgr. Jerry Mahon
Father Jerry Mahon was ordained in 1971 for the Diocese of Winona, Minnesota. He has served in priestly formation, diocesan leadership and for the past twenty years as pastor of St. John the Evangelist Parish in Rochester, MN where he serves the needs of many who work and visit the neighboring Mayo Clinic.