Wednesdays, April 7 – 28 | 7:00PM – 9:00PM Central Time | ONLINE EVENT VIA ZOOM
Dreams are powerful ways for God to communicate vital insights to his people. This series will explore a Judeo-Christian way of approaching dream-work. We will understand that dreaming is present in biblical theology, rooted in anthropology, and found in Church Fathers and Mothers’ teachings. Using critical intuitions from Jungian mysticism, we will learn how to enhance spiritual growth through various dream exercises. This series is for people willing to engage dreams as a pathway for clearer discernment of dreams’ role in their spiritual journey and those involved in the ministry of spiritual direction.
All classes will take place on Wednesday evenings, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm Central Time, ONLINE via Zoom.
Week 1 April 7, 2021
Week 2 April 14, 2021
Week 3 April 21, 2021
Week 4 April 28, 2021
Fr. Daniel Renaud, OMI is a priest, religious and itinerant preacher with the Oblates of Mary Immaculate of the US province. Mentored by Fr. Ronald Rolheiser, OMI, Fr. Renaud ministers from the campus of the Oblate School of Theology (OST) in San Antonio, Texas. Fr. Renaud has degrees and training in drama education (McGill University, Montreal), theology (Saint Paul University, Ottawa), pastoral ministry (Boston College), and psychodrama. He is a Certified Spiritual Director from Creighton University and a member of Spiritual Directors International. Fr. Renaud has preached retreats to priests, deacons, religious and lay people in Canada, the US and Asia on desire and spiritual intimacy, 12 steps recovery, Ignatian spirituality, Jungian psychology, and the Beatitudes and human development. Fr. Renaud is adjunct faculty and a frequent blog contributor at OST. His areas of interest are resilience, fulfilling our vocation, spiritual healing of traumatic relationships, and contemplative practices and mysticism.
Registration Fee: $40 (fee includes cost for entire 4-week series)
Please note: We will send you a Zoom link and login instructions via email approximately two weeks before the series begins.