May 11, 2014, 9:00 AM - May 16, 2014, 5:00 PM
Fear, Faith, Risk & Trust: The Paschal Mystery in Film
We will take encouragement from film artists who portray the fundamental rhythm of life, death and resurrection as lived in the human mystery. Through viewing and discussing international films vis-a-vis theological truths of our faith, we will gain insight into maintaining the delicate balancing act on the spectrum of fear, faith, risk and trust and how we fall and begin anew in the adventure of our lived humanity.
Larry Lewis, MM, Ph.D., served in Taiwan and China. He teaches spirituality and offers retreats in seminaries and convents in China. For 20 years he coordinated, in cooperation with Chinese bishops, an education project for Chinese church personnel. Currently a staff member and spiritual director at the Cenacle Sisters Retreat Center, Ronkonkoma, Long Island, he holds a Ph.D. in spirituality from Duquesne and authored The Misfit: Haunting the Human-Unveiling the Divine (Orbis, 1997).
Larry Lewis, MM, Ph.D.