The Lenten Journey 2019 : The Heart of the World

March 14 – April 25, 2019

water flowing from the heart of Jesus

Image used with permission of the artist, Sr. Annett Hanrahan, RSCJ

What is the Lenten Journey?

We, as human beings, inhabit space and time.  Lent provides the opportunity to assess our relationship with the flow of time and our own external and internal environments.  Daily prayer and weekly meetings with a spiritual guide on campus  provide the setting to sound ourselves out in the depth of God's love and feel the tender caress of creation.  The human heart is the locus of encounter for a journey that can restore inner peace through harmonious relationships between our own body and spirit, family and friends,  university and community, Creator and world.

Participants commit to daily prayer and meeting with a spiritual guide once a week.

Who can participate? 

The Lenten Journey is open to undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff.

How do I register?
You may pick up or download the retreat registration form and return it to University Ministry in UC238.  Please be informed that there are a limited number of spaces granted on a first come, first served basis.  We are asking that forms be turned in by March 1, 2019.  Register today so that you may embark on the The Lenten Journey 2019: The Heart of the World.

How much does it cost?
$15 paid in person at UC238. (Cash or check made payable to "USD.")

For more information, please email Fr. Robert Capone (