Epiphany, God Manifested in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola
January 3-5, 2020
Gathering toward the end of the Christmas season, we will celebrate the great feast of Epiphany, when the infant Jesus was visited by the Magi and thus manifested to the Gentiles as the redeemer of all. This retreat will take a look at key moments in the Spiritual Exercises, where God is manifested: the loving Father who forgives, the Incarnation, the Two Standards, the Transfiguration, and the Eucharist. Through presentations, reflection and prayer, it is hoped that the retreatant may come to the knowledge and appreciation of how God has been manifested in his life.
Terry Baum, SJ
Rev. Terrence A. Baum, SJ is currently the Director of Adult Faith Formation and Alumni Chaplain at St. Xavier High School, Cincinnati. After receiving his undergraduate degree from Xavier University in 1973, he entered the Society of Jesus, was ordained in 1981 and has spent most of his priestly life as an administrator in various Jesuit high schools.