Little Sisters of the Poor 2010 Retreat

Monday, December 07, 2009

The Little Sisters of the Poor will have a retreat in early 2010. Please mark your calendars:

What: A Christmas “Come & See” Discernment Weekend
Host: Little Sisters of the Poor
Date: January 2-3, 2010
Details: Single, Catholic women aged 16-38: you are invited to join the Little Sisters and novices for a weekend of prayerful reflection, Eucharistic adoration and joy-filled community moments in the spirit of newly-canonized St. Jeanne Jugan.

Please view the flier for additional information.

Image Source: Adoration of the Shepherds by Guido Reni, 17th Century

2 comments:

Nick,  Monday, December 7, 2009 at 8:55:00 AM PST  

Does anyone know of any 'good' discernment retreat for men in the UK anytime soon?

Mark M Monday, December 7, 2009 at 10:55:00 AM PST  

Nick:

I can't think of any off-hand, but I do post details of some I receive on the following websites:

http://tradvocations.blogspot.com and
http://fsspvocations.blogspot.com

Alternatively, you may be interested in this:

Advent Retreat 15-18 December 2009; Theme: The Holy Angels, our invisible companions: their existence, their nature, their role towards God and towards us. (Douai Abbey, Upper Woolhampton, Reading, RG7 5TQ)

--more info at http://www.fssp.co.uk/england/
--the reason I mention it is that Fr de Malleray FSSP, who is leading this retreat, lead an excellent Vocations retreat there, and he is a good man to give advice.

Another person you might want to speak to is Fr Stephen Langridge, of Southwark Vocations (they have a blog too). He is a good and helpful man.

Do feel free to drop me a line, maybe with your location, and I'll try to help!

God bless you!
Mark
(Edinburgh)

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