Published January 22, 2015
ATLANTA—St. Pius X High School will host the “Dads’ Morning of Recollection” on Saturday, Jan. 31.
It is the 24th year for the event that celebrates a shared Catholic faith and commitment to fatherhood. The day is open to all past, present and future St. Pius X alumni, fathers, grandfathers and friends.
Men of all ages will benefit from the insightful presentation. They are challenged to learn how to be better fathers, husbands and spiritual leaders by incorporating laughter, prayer, fellowship, and Scripture readings into family life.
The St. Pius X chaplain, Father Michael Silloway, will step in for Msgr. Richard Lopez, who is on sabbatical. Father Silloway will lead a morning of prayer and insights into fatherhood, faith and work, as well as reflections on spiritual teachings.
The event begins with Mass and a light breakfast at 8:30 a.m., followed by a reflection on the theme of the year, “Consumed: The Eucharist and the Spirituality of Fatherhood.”
Following the presentation there will be time for meditation, discussions and a question and answer session. The event will conclude at approximately 12:30 p.m. with the sacrament of reconciliation.
For information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the St. Pius X website at www.spx.org.