Spiritual Retreat: Growing in Prayer and the Analogy of Human Love
Open Hearts... Open Minds and The Union Church of Manila present Growing in Prayer: The Analogy of Human Love, a one-day spiritual seminar conducted by Fr. Thomas H. Green, S.J.
Prayer is like most living things: it must change. Either it is growing, or not. Fr. Green uses the analogy of human love to explain the stages of growth in our prayer life, from courtship to honeymoon to mid-life. Yet even in lives of prayer that grow healthier over time, there will come moments when God seems absent.
Why exactly do the arid deserts of our lives sometimes appear? And how can we cope? This shall be tackled by Fr. Green.
Fr. Thomas H. Green, S. J. hails from Rochester, NY. He earned advanced degrees in education and physics from Fordham University (1957 and 1960), and a Ph. D. (Philosophy of Science) from the University of Notre Dame (1968).
Father Green is currently the Spiritual Director of San Jose Seminary in Manila, Philippines, and Professor of Philosophy and Theology at the Ateneo de Manila University and Loyola School of Theology. He has published nine books on prayer and spirituality including: Opening to God, When the Well Runs Dry, Weeds Among the Wheat, and The Friend of the Bridegroom.
Growing in Prayer: The Analogy of Human Love is scheduled on Saturday, 07 February 2009 from 2pm to 6pm at the Union Church of Manila, corner of Rada and Legaspi Streets, Legaspi Village, Makati City.
Tickets go for P100.00 per person, and includes both seminar materials and refreshments.
For more information, or to ask about future spiritual seminars, workshops, or retreats, please contact Ms. Emmy Huang at +63.918 918 4286 or via email at esh0505@GMail.com
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