Monk's Cellar: Wounds, Healing, and Glory - with Bryan Kelso

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Monk's Cellar
Monday, March 12, 2018 - 7:00pm
When we have a wound to the body we experience pain. This is generally good, as pain points us to the wound so it can be addressed, respected and healed. The soul, like the body can be wounded by deprivations of its basic needs or by traumatic impact. The goal of this talk is to learn about the basic needs of the soul, how our amazing Catholic faith can address and heal the wounds that cause pain to the soul, like anxiety, depression, and loneliness. These common pain symptoms of the soul today often get treated as the problem (something that needs to be disposed of) instead of what they really are, “symptoms” of the real problem “the wound itself”. Come and learn why we can pray hard and long for pain symptoms like anxiety, depression and loneliness to go away, but they don't. Discover Christ's plan for your healing - and see how your wounds, like His, can become the occasion for Glory. 


Bryan Kelso is a married father of 5 children. He converted to the Catholic faith 15 years ago. After discovering for himself the healing power in the Church. He, consequently, retired from being a self-employed businessman to share this gift of healing with others. He's obtained extensive understanding of Catholic teaching, and apologetic's, especially related to healing and combined with sacramental theology. He holds an M.A. in Counseling Psychology, a B.A. Human Behavior with emphasis in Chemical Dependency, and received 2 years of Orthodox seminary training: solid understanding of Scripture and church teaching - as well as extensive training in St. John Paul's Theology of the Body, and Deliverance Ministry training. 


As always, any young adult (18-39), Catholic or not, is welcome to attend. A very special thanks for our good friends at The Monk's Cellar who provide great deals on the best pub food around. You buying dinner is a great way to thank them. The drinks are on us and start at 7pm. Show up early for a good seat.    




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