Contemplative Outreach Pittsburgh Presents A Two-Day-Retreat: “Triple Way to Transformation”
April 14 - April 15$150
Location: Villa Marie Education and Spirituality Center in Contemplative Outreach Pittsburgh.
Susan Muto, PhD., Dean of the Epiphany Academy of Formative Spirituality, and Executive Director of the Epiphany Association, a renowned speaker and author, will present a mystical guide to the soul’s quest for God aimed at our understanding of how to live the threefold path of purgation, illumination, and union with God.
“Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean; wash me, and I
shall be whiter than snow”
– Ps 51:7
Three conferences will focus on the triple way to transformation highlighted in Scripture brought to light by such spiritual masters as St. Bernard of Clairvaux, St. Teresa of Avila, and Thomas Merton; all of whom in both style and content convey the goodness, truth, and beauty of living with the sacred. These conferences will reveal that our thoughts, images, and hopes must be rooted in a stance of calm, courageous peace, expressed daily in our care and concern for one another. Only then can we live to the fullest the virtues of silence, simplicity, solitude, and solidarity.
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