We hope that you will join us for an upcoming event at the Lanteri Center and beyond. Throughout the year, you will find opportunities to register for retreats, spiritual director training and other happenings that offer teachings for your personal life, spiritual journey or ministry.
For questions or additional information about upcoming events, please contact us.
March 3 – April 14, 2019: Lenten Armchair Retreat
Lenten Armchair Retreat, in your own home or apartment. This will be an opportunity to learn to pray with the Word of God with the guidance of a spiritual director, and to live a short experience of spiritual direction. You will be asked to commit yourself seriously to praying with the Word of God for 30 minutes each day for a six-week period. You will then meet with your personal spiritual director once a week during this period of time.
The retreat will begin with a group meeting, which must be attended, in the early afternoon, on Sunday, March 3rd, 2019 at the Lanteri Center and will conclude on Passion Sunday, April 14th, 2019. You must sign up by February 27th, 2019. Space is limited! Call, email or write to us with your name, address, phone number and email address. You will be asked a few questions and a short interview on the phone will be in order to help determine whether this retreat would be beneficial for you. Contact Susan at 303.298.1498. A free-will offering for the retreat is accepted.
SPRING LENTEN WORKSHOP | The Psychology of Sanctity: Insights from the Church Fathers for Modern Life
Dates: March 29, 2019 (7-9pm) and March 30, 2019 (9am -3pm)
Deacon Basil Ryan Balke, a Licensed Professional Counselor, on staff at Mount Tabor Counseling here in Denver, will be leading a retreat through the Eight Evil Thoughts of Evagrius of Pontus. Evagrius was an early desert father who developed the psycho-spiritual model, which was the foundation of both Western and Eastern Monasticism. Evagrius’ spiritual model has been confirmed by the latest in Cognitive-Behavioral psychology. Deacon Basil will lead us through a detailed examination of how the Eight Thoughts (which eventually became the Seven Deadly Sins) are present in our lives today and the remedies. (See his bio at www.mounttaborcounseling.com.)