Thursday, March 2nd, 12:30-3:30 PM

St. Paul tells us that because of Christ’s Passion — his suffering, death, and resurrection — God proves that he is completely trustworthy.  All of us would like to believe this as deeply as St. Paul did, but we may find it challenging in the midst of life’s trials. Lent is a season to strengthen our trust, by turning our attention to Christ’s Passion.  In Trouble with Trust, the first of our Lenten retreats, we will discover why it is so hard for us to trust God, by going back to the Garden of Eden, we will watch Jesus rebuild the bridge of trust between humanity and God, in the Garden of Gethsemane and we will go over some ways to exercise our own trust in God and make it grow.  This retreat is held in the parish center and includes prayer, private reflection, video segments and group discussion.  There is no fee, however to ensure we have enough materials, please email if you plan to attend.