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Young professionals are students and working adults, generally under the age of 40, who are living in the midst of the world, and who seek to know God in a deeper way, to experience the love and healing of Christ, and receive help discerning God’s path for their lives. In the words of Pope Francis, “Christ is alive and he wants you to be alive!”. Young people are already “leaven” in society and uniquely placed to be agents of God’s mercy and the building of his kingdom. This retreat, at the threshold of the month of June, will bring our retreatants to a “heart to heart” encounter with the Sacred Heart, the living symbol of the God who has loved us relentlessly from the beginning.

WHEN:

June 4 (evening) to June 6 (noon), 2021.

 

HOW TO REGISTER:

Online: You can register at no cost by completing the form in the link below.
CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP

 

ABOUT FR. JOHN O’BRIEN, SJ

Fr. John O’Brien works frequently with youth and young adults, and is the vocations director for the Jesuits of Canada. Born into a large family in British Columbia that migrated to Ontario, Fr. John studied communications at the University of Ottawa and was the principal of an independent Catholic school for five years before discerning his vocation. He has a degree in philosophy from the Gregorian University in Rome and in theology from the Toronto School of Theology. He is semi-active on most social media, but prefers the original social media of hot coffee, cold beer, or outdoor expeditions.

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