RonRolheiser,OMI

Events

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Spirituality for our Wisdom Years

April 24, 2021

First in a series of four webinars offered in 2021 and 2022

Oblate School of Theology

Fr. Ron Rolheiser, OMI “Aging and the Drama of the Gifted Child”

Rev. Mary C. Earle “Aging: Becoming Rooted and Grounded in Love”

Dr. Maggie Meigs – An invitation for participants to reflect on, and set the seeds of, their intention for transformation over this two-year program.

Future webinars will be on October 16 2021, April 23, 2022 and October 15, 2022

To register online click here

For more information about the Forest Dwelling Program click here

2021 Catholic Partnership Summit

September 28, 2021 - September 29, 2021

Building a Church for the Future: Mission, Stewardship, and Restoring Trust in a Post-Pandemic World

Live from Washington, D.C. and Rome

Session One – Healing and Strengthening our Catholic Community in the US

Speakers: Ron Rolheiser, OMI and Gloria Purvis

For more information on the conference or to register click here 

Clergy Day of Recollection

September 30, 2021

Diocese of Saskatoon

 

Lecture Series “Domestic Monastery”

October 13, 2021 - October 27, 2021

offered in person and on Zoom

Wednesday October 13, 20, 27

The domestic can also be the “monastic”. Your marriage, your family, and your work can be your own monastery. The alarm clock that wakes you in the morning is your monastic bell and your work and duties each day are your monastic rhythm. Monks have secrets worth knowing and one of those secrets is contained in the aphorism: Go to your cell and it will teach you all you need to know! These lectures will draw wisdom from the monastic tradition to shed light on our own human and spiritual journey.

For more information or to register click here 

Mayslake Ministries Annual Conference

November 6, 2021

Back by popular demand! Fr. Ron Rolheiser, OMI

On-line conference, registration is now open

“God is More Domestic than Monastic”

9am-noon

For more information or to register click here 

A Virtual Professional Day from Texas: Aging, Prayer & Spiritual Direction

November 17, 2021

Offered by Upper Room Spiritual Center

Join this Zoom program at home

Or attend in person at St. Mary’s Church in Colts Neck, NJ (must show proof of vaccination)

9:30am – 3:30pm

Fr. Ron will discuss the aging process in relation to our prayer life and spiritual growth. He will explore how spiritual directors can assist other in finding God in all things, as they experience the “Wisdom Years” of life. Therapists and pastoral ministers are welcome.

For more information or to register contact office@theupper-room.org

or click here

 

Blessings our Way to Wholeness – Public Lecture

December 3, 2021

Sponsored by Star of the North Retreat Center

St. Albert AB Canada

Offered on-line and in person

The hunger for blessing is one the deepest hungers in the world. Moreover, blessing others is one of the deepest gifts we can give to others and leave behind. Blessing others is also, as the poet W.B. Yeats suggests, perhaps the deepest (true) joy we can experience in life. What is our hunger for blessing? How do we bless others? What does it mean to know oneself as blessed? How can we live out of a blessed rather than cursed consciousness? How do we bless our way out of despondency?

For more information or to register click here

Keeping Christ Incarnate Retreat

December 3, 2021 - December 5, 2021

Sponsored by Star of the North Retreat Center

St. Albert AB Canada

On-line and in person options

God didn’t come to earth in the flesh for just 33 years. Christ didn’t leave us when he ascended into heaven. We, the Christian community, continue the incarnation. We are the Body of Christ. We do not represent Christ, replace Christ, or become only his mystical body. We ARE the Body of Christ and we continue to give physical flesh to God. This has astonishing implications for how we pray, seek healing, look for guidance, understand religious experience, and for how we “bind and loose” our loved ones. A look at the concept of the Incarnation and its astonishing implications.

For more information or to register click here