February's Virtual Gatherings
Saint Benedict’s Monastery February’s Virtual Gatherings
Sunday Mass is going Zoomless on February 21st. We will no longer be using Zoom and switching to YouTube Live for easier access and consistent broadcasting. You will use the link below for all Sunday morning masses at 8:15 AM. You can jump on early but you will not receive a live feed until 8:10 AM. Please use the Chat function in YouTube for prayer intentions.
On February 20th, Father Terry will conclude his teaching on Solitude and Silence. On February 27th, Father Terry will be involved with the National Paulist Lenten Retreat at 11 am (You must register and a $25.00 fee). All updated information will be on the snowmassbookstore website. All times are Mountain. If you cannot make some of these sessions live, we will have a recording available on our YouTube Channel. Everything will be on our YouTube channel except for the Paulist Fathers Retreat.
February 20th, 9:00 AM MT- Solitude and Silence Part Two- Father Terry Presenting, No Fee donations to Father Terry’s Paulist Ministry are appreciated. (No Registration or Password Required)
The Zoom Meeting ID # 367 360 7803
February 27th, 11:00 AM MT- Crisis Spirituality- Saint Paul of the Shipwreck Pray for Us, National Paulist Lenten Retreat- Father Terry will be one of the Speakers, Paulist Fathers, ($25.00 Fee and Advance Registration required)
You must register with the Paulist Fathers
St. Paul of the Shipwreck, Pray for Us – During this global pandemic Lent can be your time of spiritual renewal. The Paulist Fathers are offering a two-hour retreat to reflect on what a Crisis Spirituality looks like. We look to the example of St. Paul as someone who persevered by trusting in God. Fr. Frank Desiderio, C.S.P. will tell the story of St. Paul’s shipwreck on the isle of Malta and how his trust in God got him through the hardships. Fr. Terry Ryan, C.S.P., a retreat leader and teacher of contemplative prayer will talk about how you can get up after you hit bottom. Fr. Mark-David Janus, Paulist Press publisher and psychologist, will lead us through exercises to look at what is important in our lives and how we can move forward during a crisis. There will be small group sharing and Q&A.
This two-hour online retreat happens on Saturday, February 27th, starting at 1 p.m. EST / 12 p.m. CST / 10 a.m. PST) The cost is $25.00. You can register online at https://paulist.org/retreat/ Your personalized Zoom link will be sent on February 26th. The last day to register is Thursday, February 25th.