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Keith Hosey

Co-Director

John XXIII Retreat Center

HQ Phone:  (765) 348-4008

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John XXIII Retreat Center

407 W. McDonald St.

Hartford City, Indiana,47348

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Founding Director

Pope John XXIII Center


Affiliations

Contemplative Outreach

Member


Education

Mt. St. Mary's Seminary


theology

Gregorian University


graduate degree

St. Mary's Seminary


Web References(43 Total References)


AFP Partners In Prayer Newsletter Article-An Invitation to Sabbath Rest

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The leader was Father Keith Hosey, the Director of the John XXIII Retreat Center in Hartford City, Indiana, and a popular retreat leader in both Roman Catholic and Protestant groups in the Southwest.
His theme was a model of the Sabbath Rest in which Jesus participated as a rabbi, and which Father Hosey adapted for us a challenge to our modern day culture - where rest and times of quiet are almost totally counter-cultural. Sabbath Rest in the Jewish tradition of Jesus' era meant preparation before the sabbath for a major meal for family and friends; it included a time of worship and study and also a time of quiet. It has a very clear beginning and ending. In inviting us to participate in such a sabbath, Father Hosey began by reminding us of our need to come with "a beginner's mind" and a childlike spirit of wonder and expectancy. He reminded us how for us as Christians the Eucharist becomes our joint meal with our Lord and community; but he also pointed out how, as Jesus' followers, our community has been stretched to an inclusiveness of even the kind of unsavory friends Jesus often dined with. When Father Hosey described the Jewish time of study of the scriptures and worship he described how the Jews were always reminded of the deliverance from the slavery of Egypt by their Lord. Even so must we take time with the Scripture to recollect our deliverance through the Cross by the same Lord. He also recommended that in this present culture sabbath rest probably means enlarging our idea beyond a weekly day to taking a yearly time (if possible) of retreat to study and reflect on scripture and other holy readings. Father Hosey challenged us to take the time of quiet most seriously. On the retreat he not only gave us a block of time for meditation and then of sharing insights, but a night committed to silence and mornings begun with centering prayer at the chapel. He effectively invited us to move into an experience of silence and contemplation.


Gift for Christian Man, Texas Books for Man, Birthday Gifts for Men: Gentle Mercies

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Keith Hosey, Catholic Priest and Director of John XXIII Center, Hartford City, Indiana


www.archindy.org

Rev. Keith Hosey
Fr. Keith Hosey is a retired priest of the Diocese of Lafayette in Indiana and will celebrate his 60th Anniversary to the priesthood in the fall of 2016. He was the director of John XXIII Retreat Center in Hartford City for over 40 years, 1966 - 2006.


www.john23rdretreatcenter.com

Led by Rick Wilson from Kokomo, IN; an avid bicyclist and Fr. Keith Hosey, former director of John XXIII Retreat Center.


Cenacle Sisters : Retreats & Programs

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Rev. Patrick Hosey, priest and gifted retreat director, served as Co-Director of John XXIII
Center in Hartford City, Indiana for more than 30 years, where he led a variety of retreats, and spiritual development programs both there and throughout the country.


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