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Retreat promotes encountering Christ while caring for environment

.- A new Catholic environmental organization that seeks to repair the relationship between people and nature is hosting a retreat to assist individuals in encountering God through creation.

Creatio explains that the purpose of its outreach comes from the realization that “it is not enough to positively work and transform the environment if this change is not accompanied by a personal inner transformation.”

In order to promote this transformation, Creatio is offering a retreat called “Opening the Book of Creation” from July 18-26. The retreat includes awareness training, shelter and fire building, teachings on stewardship, prayer and meditation and a 24 hour solo experience in nature.

The spiritual leader of the retreat will be Mark Kutulowski, an accomplished outdoorsman and an Oblate of St. Benedict. Mark specializes in mystical spirituality and wilderness awareness.

The Creatio retreat will be held at St. Malo Retreat Center, 10758 Hwy 7, Allenspark, Colorado 80510.

Reserve your spot by contacting Jorge Luna, [email protected].

On the Web:

Creatio--www.creatioweb.org.

Mark Kutulowski--www.newcreationwilderness.org


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