Lenten Journey 2020: Seeking God in All Things

February 26 – April 15, 2020

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What is the Lenten Journey?

A five week odyssey with a spiritual guide to be lived with eyes, hearts and minds wide open to God. Are you ready to see God in all things?  First, then, you must examine your own image of God.  Who is God for you?  Next there is the process whereby you come to see yourself more clearly.  Only when you experience God as merciful and loving and see yourself as you truly are can you begin to see God in all things!

The prophet Jeremiah addresses a people that have eyes and see not. 

Jesus asks his own disciples, “having eyes, do you not see?”

Helen Keller, who lost her sight before she was two years old, was the first blind and deaf person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree.  She said, “The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision.” 

Just as we may check our eye sight with an eye chart, so we may have our spiritual vision enhanced for clarity and perspective with the help of a spiritual guide, a co-seer.  Participants in the Lenten Journey 2020: Seeking God in All Things commit to daily prayer and weekly meetings with a spiritual guide for five weeks.

Who can Participate?

The Lenten Journey 2020:  Seeking God in All Things, is open to undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff.

How do I register?

Click here to register online.  Deadline is February 19, 2020.

How Much Does it Cost?


 For More Information,

Please email Fr. Robert Capone (rcapone@sandiego.edu) or call 619-260-7419.