Men’s Retreat with Fr. Warren Savage
February 17, 2024 @ 9:00 am - February 18, 2024 @ 12:00 pm$200
Men are invited to participate in the weekend retreat at Our Lady of Calvary, led by Fr. Warren Savage. The retreat features a spiritual process of listening to the Word of God, dialogue, and community discernment. This overnight retreat includes Mass for your Sunday obligation, an opportunity for Confession, and delicious meals prepared by Chef Bill. We hope to have you with us!
The theme of this retreat will be”
Towards a Renewed Understanding of Our Baptismal Identity, Dignity, and Vocation in Christ
In Baptism, the Christian person enters into a new bond, a new covenant with Christ and, in Him and through Him, with all the Baptized, with all humanity, and with the whole of creation. Sons and daughters of the one Father, anointed by the same Spirit, by virtue of sharing the same bond with Christ, the Baptized are given to one another as members of a single body enjoying equal dignity. By virtue of baptism, all share in the life and mission of the Church.
As we begin the yearly observances of Lent, the weekend retreat will help retreatants deepen their understanding of their baptismal identity, dignity, and vocation. The retreatants will have an opportunity to reflect on and respond to the question: How can the Church of our time better fulfill its mission through greater recognition and promotion of the baptismal identity, dignity, and vocation of the people of God?
Fr. Warren J. Savage
Fr. Warren J. Savage is a retired priest of the Diocese of Springfield. He is currently serving as the Director and Catholic Chaplain at the Albert and Amelia Ferst Interfaith Center, Westfield State University, Westfield, MA. Fr. Savage is an international and national speaker, lecturer, and mission preacher. He has served as a parish priest, dean, diocesan consultor, member of the presbyteral council, educator, spiritual advisor, and administrator throughout Western Massachusetts.
To register for the retreat, please use the form below or call (860) 677-8519.