Advent Quiet Morning
“Learning to Love the Mystery: A Benedictine Guide to Advent”
with Fr. Augustine Wetta

 

Saturday, December 3
9:00 AM – Noon
St. George’s Chapel

A continental breakfast will be served.

“Learning to Love the Mystery: A Benedictine Guide to Advent”

The birth of the Messiah is the key event in all human history, and yet God wanted it to take place so quietly that the world went about its business as if nothing had happened.  God chooses to wait for us.  And chooses to let us wait for him.  This Advent, learn to look past the frustrations of the present moment so as to enjoy the mystery of silent anticipation.

Fr. Augustine Wetta is a monk of Saint Louis Abbey in St. Louis Missouri. He has two degrees in Theology from Oxford University, a BA in Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations from Rice University, and an MA in English from Middlebury College. For twenty years, he has taught English, Classics, and Theology at the Priory School, in St. Louis, Missouri, where he also coached rugby and served as Director of Chaplaincy.  In 2019, he was named a Portsmouth Institute Senior Fellow.

He sits on the board of Love One Another Ministries, and The Parent Network of Catholic High Schools. He is the author of Humility Rules: Saint Benedict’s Twelve-Step Guide to Genuine Selp-Esteem, The Eighth Arrow, a fantasy prison break set in Dante’s inferno, and Saving Grace, an illustrated children’s book about a three-legged turtle.