Emotional ups and downs are part of life, and so much of our growth is about learning not only to take these experiences in stride, but also allowing these emotions to lead us into deeper relationship with God. St. Ignatius provides language and method for this growth, particularly through times that we consider hard and desolate.
In this mini-retreat, Fr. David McCallum '90, S.J. will share Ignatius' wisdom on dealing with desolation, and provide space for reflection and dialogue. Join us for an engaging hour of spiritual conversation!
Note: Please consider having a pen and journal at hand.
Facilitator: Fr. David McCallum '90, S.J., Vice President for Mission Integration & Development
About Fr. David McCallum, S.J. '90:
Father David McCallum graduated from Le Moyne in 1990 with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Integral Honors. His education for ordination included a Master of Arts in philosophy from Fordham University, and both a Master of Divinity Degree and a pontifical license in theology from the Weston Jesuit School of Theology. Ordained in 2001, Fr David has provided hundreds of workshops and retreats, as well as spiritual direction and supervision. In 2008, he completed his doctorate in Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. Father David returned to his alma mater in 2009 and is currently serving as the Vice President for Mission Integration & Development.