Fr. Marty Pable, OFM Cap.

Father Martin Pable is a native of Wisconsin. He entered the Capuchin Order and was ordained to the priesthood in 1958. He received his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the Catholic University of America in 1965. He has taught courses in Pastoral Counseling at St. Francis Seminary in Milwaukee and at Sacred Heart Seminary in Hales Corners, WI. He has done extensive counseling with priests, religious and laity. He conducts retreats, workshops and continuing education programs around the country.

He has written two books on spirituality for men entitled: A Man and His God and The Quest for the Male Soul, and two books on evangelization: Catholics and Fundamentalists and Reclaim the Fire: A Parish Guide to Evangelization. His most recent books are Prayer: A Practical Guide, and Remaining Catholic: Six Good Reasons for Staying in an Imperfect Church. He has also published many articles in the area of psychology and religion.


RETREATS

Some Simple Ways to Evangelize / Share Your Faith

This is a 3-hour training course on how to evangelize one-on-one with people who have left the Church or are spiritually searching.

The Healing Touch of God: The Life & Spirit of Fr. Solanus Casey

One day or weekend retreat about the Blessed Capuchin porter from Detroit.

Padre Pio: Growing Strong from our Wounds

One-day retreat.

Ways of Praying

Dealing with Loss and Grief

Great Men of the Bible

Weekend men’s retreat.