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“Yet it was our infirmities that He bore” Isaiah 53:4 Lenten Day of Reflection Saturday, March
“Yet it was our infirmities
that He bore”
Isaiah 53:4
Lenten Day of Reflection
Saturday, March 2, 2013
9:00—10:30 a.m.
Conference: Fr. Basil Cole, O.P.
Faith and the Sacrament of Penance
10:45 – 11:45 a.m.
St. Ursula Chapel: Penance in Spanish & English
There will be 3 priests hearing Confessions
You may also use chapel, courtyard or meeting area for quiet re-
flection
12:00 noon
Mass of the Day
Celebrant & Homilist: Fr. Basil Cole, O.P.
1:00 p.m.
Lunch – Dining Room
1:45 p.m.
Conference: Sr. Elinor Gardner, O.P.
Faith and Conscience
3:15 p.m.
Closing Comments & Adjournment
“our sufferings that He endured ... ” Isaiah 53:4 This Lenten Day of Reflection, sponsored by
“our sufferings that He endured
...
Isaiah 53:4
This Lenten Day of Reflection, sponsored by the
Archdiocesan Office of Consecrated Life, is
offered for all in the consecrated life — Religious
Sisters, Brothers & Priests; Members of Secular
Institutes and Consecrated Virgins.
Fr. Basil Cole, O.P.
Sr. Elinor Gardner, O.P.
Sister Elinor Gardner is a member of the
Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia, Nashville, TN.
Sister received her Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
from St. Anselm College in 1999 graduating
summa cum laude. She received her teaching
license for pre-K—8th grade in 2007. Sister
earned her doctorate in Philosophy from Boston
College in 2009.
Sister specializes in the areas of ethics and the
philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas. She has pre-
sented on topics such as Conscience, Custom and
Nature & Rights. Sister has taught at Boston Col-
lege, Aquinas College and is currently a Clinical
Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the Catholic
University of America, where she is also a faculty
advisor to the Women’s Discernment Group.
Location:
Pastoral Center
Archdiocese of Washington
5001 Eastern Avenue
Hyattsville, MD 20782-3447
The event is free and lunch is provided.
In order to estimate food preparation, please RSVP by:
Fr. Basil Cole is from San Francisco, CA and a
member of St. Joseph’s Province. He was sol-
emnly professed in 1964 and ordained to the
priesthood in 1966 in Oakland, CA. He received
his license and lectorate degree in France and his
doctorate in Sacred Theology at the Angelicum in
Rome.
He has been assigned as Prior — at St. Domi-
nic’s Priory in San Francisco; at Daniel Murphy
High School in Los Angeles, and Subprior for 6
years at the Dominican House of Studies from
2002-2008. He is currently Prior of St.
Gertrude’s Priory in Cincinnati, OH where the
novitiate of the Province of St. Joseph resides. In
addition, he is an adjunct professor at Mt. St.
Mary’s Seminary for the Archdiocese of Cincin-
nati.
Father has been an invited professor in Theol-
ogy at the University of St. Thomas in Urbe,
Rome; in Bio-Ethics at Sacred Heart Seminary in
Detroit, MI and in Theology for the permanent
diaconate program of the Archdiocese of Wash-
ington. He was a Professor at St Charles Semi-
nary during summer sessions and currently is a
Professor at the Dominican House of Studies,
Washington, DC.
Father has published books on the consecrated
life; the priesthood and his latest book “A Sense of
Humor and Virtue: A Thomistic Theological Per-
spective” was published in 2011.
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