Wednesdays, April 10, 17, and 24, 2019
7:30 – 9:00 am
A part of a men’s group for many years, Nepo explores the power of community and practical ways to find common connection—a poignant and timely corrective to the discord and fear directing much of our current public discourse.
Reading the book together, we will reflect on, personalize and seek to expand men’s relationship within their communities. Our three facilitators each bring a special background and appreciation for exploring how community-building begins among a committed group gathering to explore and discuss vibrant ideas.
COST: $25.00 each for first two sessions. Last session $35.00, includes breakfast
“There were certainly things I admired about my father, but I didn’t have any models of the kind of man I wanted to be, and I think that’s common for a lot of men….I’ve spent a lifetime being greeted by people who didn’t know how to put togetherthat I was both a poet and a strong man.”
– Mark Nepo, interviewed in Psychology Tod
Steve Robach has worked as a Director of Faith Formation and Social Justice for 44 years in several different parishes. He also has been a retreat leader for a wide variety of teen and men’s retreats. He has a MA in Psychology and a MA in Religious Education.
Terry Shaughnessy is a longtime spiritual director trained in Ignatian Spirituality through the Master’s in Christian Spirituality Program at Creighton University. He conducts retreats and workshops and teaches Centering Prayer for Contemplative Outreach of Colorado and other venues. His primary passion is offering spiritual direction, “the ministry of compassionate presence,” and supporting many men from a variety of backgrounds in their inner lives.
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