Friday, Dec 7, 2018 – Sunday, Dec 9, 2018
5:30pm – 1:00pm
Life is a journey involving a constant forward movement physically, psychologically, culturally, and spiritually. To live our lives well, we need to keep moving forward by constantly refining and reforming our lives in all these dimensions. However, this forward movement is not easy because often we, as individuals and communities, get stuck with many things in our life.
All of us may have made much progress in our lives but there must have been also times when we have been stuck without much forward movement. Fr. Binu Edathumparambil, MSFS, author and psychotherapist, shares his thoughts and reflections on the theme of our life as a Pilgrim Journey through a weekend retreat on December 7-9, 2018. Take a little time off from your busy schedule to take advantage of this great opportunity to refresh and renew your life. The retreat starts with dinner on Friday at 5:30pm. You may check in any time after 4pm. The concludes after lunch on Sunday, at 1pm.
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Father Binu Edathumparambil, MSFS, is a member of the Missionaries of Saint Francis de Sales. He holds a Masters in Psychology and a Masters in Christian Studies from Madras University. He received his Doctorate in Family Therapy from Saint Louis University. He completed his Postdoctoral Fellowship in Child Trauma at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Additionally, he has an advanced training in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy from St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute.
Since his ordination as a priest, Fr. Binu has worked as a clinician, hospital chaplain, associate pastor, provincial secretary, and faculty member in the seminary. Fr. Binu has authored three books, The Accent: Exploring the Path to a Rejuvenating Life (2015), I Am Who I Am: Unraveling the Mystery of God (2017), and Strangers to Spouses: A Study of the Relationship Quality in Arranged Marriages in India (2017).
Event LocationMarianist Retreat & Conference Center, 4000 Highway 109
Eureka, MO, 63025