A Spiritual Retreat on The Road to Emmaus

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

During this Easter Season, we are happy to share with you a five-part series on The Road to Emmaus, an audio retreat by Fr. Javier del Castillo. The Road to Emmaus is a story of conversion in which Christ opens our eyes, points us to the Word, and reveals Himself throughout our journey toward heaven.

The Road to Emmaus series includes five meditations:

Part One: Searching for More
Release Date: April 30

Part Two: Examination & Prayer
Release Date: May 7

Part Three: Redemptive Suffering
Release Date: May 14

Part Four: Eucharistic People
Release Date: May 21

Part Five: Light-Bearers
Release Date: May 28

Subscribe to our email list to be notified when the latest installment of the series is published:

About the Contributor

Rev. Javier del Castillo is a priest of the Prelature of Opus Dei. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering and a Doctorate in Philosophy. He currently serves as Vicar of Opus Dei in the Midwest (USA) and Vice President of the St. Josemaria Institute.

What is a retreat?
A retreat is a collection of meditations on a specific theme intended to help you to set apart a few days from your daily routine to examine your life in the presence of Jesus Christ: to see what is going well, to see what needs to change, to make resolutions and to begin again.

Suggestions for listening to the retreat:

  • Read and meditate on the Scripture passages referenced in the meditations.
  • Keep a journal: Write down moments from the meditations that strike you, as well as the thoughts, inspirations and resolutions that arise from your prayer and reflection. If you would like a guide to journaling, click the following link to download our Meditation Journal Page.
  • Strive to keep silence: A retreat requires interior silence and exterior silence, which helps us maintain a lasting conversation with our Lord.

Support the Podcast

If you benefit from the resources of the St. Josemaria Institute, please consider making a gift today: www.stjosemaria.org/give.

You may also like