The Human Experience of Our Redeemer: A Lenten Webinar with Fr. Joseph Tetlow, SJ

The Human Experience of Our Redeemer: A Lenten Webinar with Fr. Joseph Tetlow, SJ - Fr. Tetlow pictured

Jesus Christ is fully divine and fully human. Sometimes we forget that second part! In his Spiritual Exercises, St. Ignatius Loyola encouraged what he called the “prayer of consideration,” which invites us to contemplate the human experience of Jesus of Nazareth.

Join Fr. Joseph Tetlow, one of the world’s leading experts on Ignatian spirituality and a world-renowned spiritual director, for a prayerful Lenten webinar. He will guide us to apply a “grammar of experience” to consider Jesus’ human experience in our prayer and reading of Scripture. This equips us with a powerful way of encountering Jesus during these last weeks of Lent, as we look forward to Holy Week and the Easter season.

This webinar is the perfect complement to our 2022 Living Lent Daily e-mail series.

The Human Experience of Our Redeemer:
An Ignatian Method for Encountering Jesus in Scripture and Prayer
A Lenten Webinar with Fr. Joseph Tetlow, SJ
March 28, 2022
2:00–3:00 p.m. central

Watch the recording of the webinar.

Joseph Tetlow, SJ, has spent his life sharing the message of Ignatian spirituality. His books Choosing Christ in the World and Always Discerning are considered classics of modern spirituality. Fr. Tetlow continues lecturing and writing. His latest book is You Have Called Me by My Name. He resides at Montserrat Jesuit Retreat House in Lake Dallas, Texas.

4 COMMENTS

  1. The discernment of a continuous Lectio Divina seeks Jesus’ mdel of what it must be to live with every sense of life, the finiteness of being so human and making even that better as my conversion never seems to stop.

    Let me read or hear Father Joe’s insights.

    Thanks.
    Bob Durocher

  2. The registration page for the Lenten Webinar with Fr. Joseph Tetlow does not appear to have an active registration link. Is the webinar filled already?
    I would like to attend, if possible.

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