Wednesday, October 26, 2016, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Silent Day of Prayer on Mysticism
Christian Mysticism: Moving to the Heart of the Matter
Sr. Joy Milos, CSJ
Dr. Milos, CSJ, of Gonzaga University, will explore with participants the journey of mysticism throughout the Christian tradition, and focus in on some medieval and modern mystics in this Day of Prayer.
The Silent Day of Prayer begins with the Rosary, and includes the Sacrament of Reconciliation, Mass, two conferences, lunch and concludes with Adoration. Cost is $38 per person ($48 with the use of a private room for the day.)
Sister Joy Milos, CSJ, is a Sister of St. Joseph of Carondelet from the Albany, NY Province. She has taught at Gonzaga University for almost 30 years in the areas of Christian Spirituality and Systematic Theology. Sr. Joy has an MA in Theology from St. Bonaventure's University, an MA Christian Spirituality from The Catholic University of America where she also completed her PhD. In addition to teaching and student mentoring, Sr. Joy created and has worked in "Hearing God's Voice," a training program for spiritual directors at Gonzaga. She has published a number of articles and reviews and given retreats and workshops in the States, England and Ireland. She particularly enjoys exploring the experience and writings of mystics, especially those who have integrated concerns for social justice with their experiences of God