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Cost: $180

Registration includes: all program materials, lodging, meals and retreat resources.

Arrival
Friday, March 13 by 6:00 pm for dinner.
Departure
Sunday, March 15 at 12:30 pm post-lunch

If the retreat is full please contact Maryann Donohue-Lynch to be placed on the wait list. donohuelynch@fscdena.org

MEN’S RETREAT

Enlightenment. Conversion. Transformation.

Allowing Oneself to be Filled with God

March 13-15, 2020

La Salle Retreat Center
38-40 Noble Street
Narragansett, RI  02882

This retreat is an invitation to focus on our spiritual journey. We will consider the ordinary and dramatic ways God is present in our lives. Prayer will present itself as the intimate union with God which places us fully at God’s disposal.  Some of the challenges to meaningful prayer and its blessings will be considered.  The action of the Holy Spirit flowing through prayer is the fire that kindles the action of mind, heart and will, creativity and sacrifice in the Lasallian mission. We will consider the relationship between prayer and mission, God’s presence in contemplative solitude and in bold, challenging ministry. The retreat will delight in stories told, songs sung, poetry shared, lively conversation and the Gospel proclaimed in liturgy and in the communal life.


Presenter: Kevin Regan

Kevin Regan

A Lasallian for over 50 years, Kevin Regan is an educator, counselor, author, avid storyteller, retreat master and lover of God’s creation. He has presented and facilitated retreats for the Brothers in Formation, Lasallian Volunteers, the Rhode Island Lasallian Association Group and numerous parishes and Dioceses. Kevin has been married to Linda for over 50 years and together have raised a family that now extends to include 4 grandchildren. Currently, Kevin serves the Lasallian mission as a counselor at San Miguel School, Providence, Rhode Island.

“We ourselves are always going from Jerusalem to Emmaus. Pilgrims like them, we experience breakthrough moments in our lives. Men and women, each of us walking at a different pace, we have different motivations in life and face our own aspirations and circumstances. But we move on together and by association, discovering that God walks alongside each Lasallian. Today each member of the Lasallian Family must be open to the deep touch of God, and heed the call to become, together and by association, “  Hearts on Fire, Lasallian Reflection 5