24-Hour Silent Midweek Lenten Retreat
“Journeying with Jesus on the Way to Jerusalem”
During the season of Lent, we recall Jesus’ final journey to Jerusalem. There he accomplished our salvation by his passion, death, and resurrection. In this retreat we will journey with him, learning more of what it is to be his disciple and how to help him build the Kingdom.
Lent is a time of “metanoia,” a change of mind and heart. As we contemplate Jesus’ journey, we consider ours as well: who we are, where we are heading, and what gives us hope Individual
Bio – Father Max Oliva, SJ
Fr. Max Oliva, a Jesuit priest presently living in Spokane, Washington, has been engaged in retreat ministry since 1980. He has presented and facilitated retreats throughout the United States, in Canada, Ireland and Northern Ireland, South Africa, and Trinidad. In addition, he has ministered among people of color in San Francisco/Oakland, in Tijuana, Mexico, and on a Blackfoot Reservation in Southern Alberta, Canada. Father Max was a Visiting Scholar at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University, October, 2008 to April, 2009. He is an affiliate faculty member of Regis University (Denver, Colorado) and he taught ethical decision making in business in the school of management at their campus at Henderson, Nevada.
Father is the author of seven books on the spiritual journey and has written articles on this theme as well.
He was living in Las Vegas from 2011 to 2016 and continues to minister there, though on a part-time basis.
Presenter: Father Max Oliva, SJEvent Website
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