Sat, Mar 03|
Mother Seton Parish
Lenten Retreat with Fr. Daniel Issing, CSC
Taking this journey with Jesus, we will consider how to evangelize today’s world by being a church that is poor and for the poor.
Time & Location
Mar 03, 2018, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Mother Seton Parish, 19951 Father Hurley Blvd, Germantown, MD 20874, USA
About The Event
In this Lenten retreat, we will contemplate Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem recalled during the Palm Sunday Procession with Palms. “Fear not, O daughter of Zion! Your king approaches you on a donkey’s colt” (Jn 12). What transpires next in the gospel is the mystery that contains and calls us
to renounce ego and serve Jesus in the poor; that is, the mystery of Jesus’ own descent into poverty,
and his invitation to do likewise. Taking this journey with Jesus, we will consider how to evangelize today’s world by being a church that is poor and for the poor.
Rev. Daniel J. Issing, C.S.C., is a priest of the Congregation of Holy Cross. He is an associate professor
of theology at King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, where he teaches courses in moral theology
and social ethics. Fr. Issing has a doctorate in theological ethics from the Graduate Theological Union in
Berkeley, California. His current research, speaking engagements, and retreats focus on Pope Francis’
call to pastoral ministry in a missionary key.