Healing Our Relationships

on the Road to Jerusalem

April 12-14, 2019

Only if we have healed the hurts of past relationships, can we relate well to God, authority figures, our spouse, our children, and even ourselves. This Ignatian retreat will focus on how Jesus on the road to Palm Sunday in Jerusalem, helps us to heal our relationships with God, with those who have hurt us, and where it is difficult to love ourselves and use our gifts. Each session will end with a prayer process we can use the rest of our lives whenever we encounter difficult relationships.

Details

Location
Arrupe Retreat House
Sponsor Group
Passion Week
Dates & Times
Start
Friday, April 12, 2019 @ 5:45 PM
End
Sunday, April 14, 2019 @ 1:00 PM
Cost
$260.00
Retreat fee includes private room and all meals during your stay.

Matt Linn, SJ

Retreat Director

Fr. Matthew Linn, SJ (as a team with Dennis and Sheila Linn) has focused on integrating physical, emotional, and spiritual healing. He has advanced graduate degrees in sociology, anthropology, spirituality, and theology. Since 1970 he has taught courses & given retreats on healing in every state and in over 60 countries from Alaska to Australia. Ordained in l973, he currently lives in a Jesuit community in Minneapolis where he trains spiritual directors at Sacred Ground and serves on the editorial board of Presence: An International Journal of Spiritual Direction. Matt, Dennis, and Sheila have written 23 books translated in over 20 languages, (all in Spanish) and with over a million copies in English.

The Value of Silence

Silence is not to stop talking but to start listening. It is about listening with the love of a mother awakened by hearing in the 3am silence how her baby just stirred and wants to be fed. She heard her baby stir because in the night's silence her deep love strained to give whatever her baby might desire. Silence is to give us a mother's heart saying "yes" to God's deepest desires.