While faith is first and foremost a gift from God, it is also a very human response to God, and at times can be very challenging. In these sessions, Kenn discusses the human and psychological aspects of faith. In particular, Kenn will:
- Provide a psycho-spiritual introduction to the life of faith;
- Examine how our faith development is connected to being made in God's image and likeness;
- Look at how specific personality characteristics affect how we respond to various forms of ritual, liturgy and prayer.
Hours of Instruction: 3
In 2009 Kenn created Denver's foremost Catholic Psychotherapy center, St. Raphel Counseling. In 2015, he and his wife Laura, felt called to leave the success they had created and answered a call to serve as missionaries on the Ft. Belknap Indian Reservation in north central Montana. Now the Lord has lead him to where Kenn describes "as the culmination of his gifts and heart", teaching Theology at a Catholic high school. Helping form the young minds of our youth by sharing his love of God. Kenn holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Northern Colorado, a master’s degree in counseling psychology from Regis Jesuit University and a second master’s degree in theology from the Augustine Institute. Kenn has been speaking publicly since 2006, leading retreats and giving talks all across the nation. Most notably, he was featured on the EWTN program “The Journey Home” and in the video series “One Billion Stories.”