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Event details

  • Friday | January 6, 2017 to Sunday | January 8, 2017
  • 5:00 pm - 1:00 pm
  • Our Lady's & St. Joseph Halls 315 S. Warren Avenue Malvern, PA 19355
  • 610-644-0400

A traditional retreat for men. All men are welcome. This retreat includes Mass, conferences (talks), Stations of the Cross, private adoration and much more!

Directors:  Fr. Michael Sullivan, OSA (St. Joseph Hall) & Fr. Simeon Gallagher, OFM, Cap (Our Lady’s Hall)

Simeon Gallagher, OFMCap is a member of the Mid-America Province of the Capuchin Order.  He was ordained a priest in 1971 and his ministerial background is diverse.  He was Campus Minister at Fort Hays State University (Hays, Kansas) from 1972-78 and held faculty positions at both Marian High School (Hays, KS.) and Marymount College (Salina, KS.). He was Chairman of the Religious Education Board for the Salina Diocese.

In 1978 he was appointed Co-Pastor of Good Shepherd Parish in Shawnee, Kansas and was a faculty member of Notre Dame de Sion Academy in Kansas City, Missouri. In 1980 he assumed a Pastorate at Holy Cross Church in Thornton, Colorado. While there, Fr. Gallagher conducted a highly successful Parish Development Program, an effective effort to encourage new leadership and invite greater parish participation, done in conjunction with the national Metropolitan Organization of Peoples.

Fr. Gallagher is Director of the Preaching Ministry Office of the Mid-America Province of the Capuchin Order. He conducts retreats, parish development programs, parish missions, and religious education workshops. His association with the Emmaus Spirituality Program for Priests has gained him an international reputation in conducting retreats for priests. His work has taken him to Central America (El Salvador).  He was instrumental in founding Emmaus in Great Britain. He has presented ecumenical lectures at the Jean XXIII Centre, Geneva, Switzerland. For the past several years he has worked closely with the US Armed Forces at military bases around the world. He recently returned from engagements in Asia and Australia. In June, 2011 he was a featured speaker at the Society of University Neuro-Surgeons(SUN)International Symposium in Athens, Istanbul, and Ephesus.

Fr. Gallagher holds advanced degrees in Religious Education, Ascetical Theology, Liberal Arts, and 19th century British Literature.  His literature degree has earned him a reputation as a scholar in the works of John Henry Cardinal Newman.  He is a graduate of the Great Books Program at St. John’s College (Annapolis/Santa Fe). Additional information can be obtained by visiting the Mid-America Provincial website: www.midamcaps.org

michael_sullivanFather Michael P. Sullivan, O.S.A., was born in New York City. He received a bachelor’s degree from Villanova University and his master’s in theology from Augustinian College. Father Sullivan did graduate work at the Catholic University of America and also received a master’s degree in counseling from St. John’s University. Father was ordained at the Basillica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC. He spent eight years in parish ministry. Father Sullivan served as pastor in the Albany Diocese and as pastor of Saint Nicholas of Tolentine, the parish of his youth in N.Y.C. He was instrumental in establishing the Marriage Encounter movement in the Delaware Valley and was subsequently appointed to full-time retreat work and parish renewal preaching. Father travels the country year-round providing parishes with unique and dynamic retreats.

Cost: $245, including all meals

To register, click here or call 610-644-0400 for more information.