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DemontrevilleThis retreat was given at the Demontreville Jesuit Retreat House near Lake Elmo, Minnesota, January 14-17, 2010.
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A School of Prayer

The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola teach many ways to pray.  Taking time away from busy-ness of life gives opportunities to reflect and pray.  Stories offer a creative avenue to notice the presence of Jesus in these lives.  These talks share stories and experiences that have helped make significant growth in the journey to Finding God in All Things.  Come and walk towards the love of our Lord

Kevin Schneider, S.J.Fr. Schneider was born and raised in Green Bay, Wisc. and is the second eldest of six boys. He graduated from Creighton University in 1982, the Weston School of Theology in 1993 and was ordained in 1994.  

He is a member of the Jesuit Community at Creighton Preparatory High School, in Omaha, Nebraska, where he teaches sacraments and is the assistant director of spiritual development for parents, faculty, staff and alumni as well as the assistant chaplain for many athletic teams.  He is a life-long Packer and Bluejay fan.

Talk # 1           Notice and Be Still.

Talk # 2           Seeds that I Choose to Nourish.

Talk # 3           To Be Intentional, Examen.

Talk # 4           Using All for Christ.

Talk # 5           We bring Each Other to the Eucharist.

Talk # 6           As Sin Overwhelms…We Walk.

Talk # 7           The Journey of the Incarnation.

Talk # 8           Where’s My Car?

Talk # 9           Ordinary People Called to Serve.

Talk # 10         Potter’s Hands Teach Us.

Talk # 11         The Journey to Suffering.

Talk # 12         Jesus’ Death Serves.

Talk # 13         Notice the Invitation to Newness of Life.

Talk # 14         Jesus Christ’s Desire, Our Response.

Downloading the Audio Retreat Talks as MP3 files.

The Conferences of this retreat are in the MP3 file format. They can be listened to at the computer by clicking on the link to the left.

The individual mp3 files can be downloaded and can be listened to on a computer, without being connected to the internet (especially helpful for a slowly or more costly connection. The files may also be copied to an mp3 player. Finally, the files can be burned to a CD to be played on a CD player, in a car or a portable device.

To download a Conference, place your cursor over the name of the Conference and hold down the RIGHT mouse button. Select "Save Link As ..." and chose where to save the file on your computer, or to save it directly to a media player or card attached to your computer.

Burning CD's

To burn these downloaded files to a CD, place a new CD/R disk in your CD drive. A pop up window should open, giving you your options. Your CD burner software should be one of the options that pops up. Choose Burn a CD option with that software.

You have two options, depending upon what you intend to do with the CD and what kind of device you will use to listen to it.

If they are copied as "DATA" they will remain as mp3 files and will play on any CD player that plays mp3 files (and in most newer car CD players). All the files will easily fit on one CD. This is also the best option to use to send the files to someone else or if you intend to use this CD to copy the files to another computer or device.

If the files are copied as "MUSIC" they will be converted into higher quality CD media files, which will play on any CD player (and older model car CDs). Only two files will fit on each CD in this format.

Respond to Fr. Schneider, S.J.: mailto: kschneider@jesuitswisprov.org

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