Holiness, Wholeness, and Authentic Spirituality for Today

In the parable of the prodigal son, the son comes to his senses and goes back to his father. Do we have as much insight into our personal faith journey? By sharing stories, songs, and humour, Fr. Curtis discusses “senses” that form our life as disciples – our sense of direction, forgiveness, humour, and common sense.

Fr. Mark Curtis

Known as "Canada’s Singing Priest", Fr. Mark Curtis combines his love of God with his love of music. Fr. Curtis has recorded 6 albums, and the proceeds of his most recent, Under the Same Son, will assist children with Epilepsy. Fr. Curtis has performed countless benefit concerts across Canada and the United States, raising tens of thousands of dollars for a variety of groups and agencies. Last year, he sang the national anthem at a Toronto Blue Jays baseball game, and at a Toronto Maple Leafs hockey game. Fr. Curtis was Milton’s Citizen of the Year for 1995. Since being ordained in Hamilton in 1985, he has ministered across southwestern Ontario as Associate Pastor in various churches, and is currently the Pastor at St. John the Evangelist in Dundalk, Ontario.

Friday, November 8, 1996 - 7:30pm
Siegfried Hall, St. Jerome's University