A Lenten Path to Holiness: Finding Wholeness in Our Spiritual Practices
Ash Wednesday Reflection
Wednesday, March 6, 2019
6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Fr. David Cinquegrani
During Lent we will once again hear the words "prayer, fasting and penance" as ways of growing closer to God on our Christian journey. How do we turn these words into deep spiritual practices that last throughout the year for all of us on this sacred pilgrimage of faith? Come explore this question with Fr. David and experience a renewal of the goodness that is within each one of us. Day program includes the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Both programs include the Celebration of the Eucharist (Mass).
Offering: $40, includes meal
Fr. David Cinquegrani, C.P.
Fr. David Cinquegrani, C.P. is the Retreat Director at Holy Family. He holds both Master of Divinity and Master of Liturgical Theology degrees from Catholic Theological Union in Chicago as well as a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Music from Marywood University in Scranton, PA. Fr. David entered the Passionist Community in 1989 and has been a chaplain, music educator and choir director for over 35 years. He taught music at the University of Saint Joseph for 20 years and is currently teaching music at Saint Thomas the Apostle School and Saint Timothy Middle School in West Hartford.