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Many of us are searching for insight, practical guidance and tools that can support us to heal the wounded places within us. This weekend will help us find wholeness, balance and fulfillment through the spiritual, mental, emotional, physical, and social aspects of our lives.
Open to participants who will come with siblings, children, parent/s, or spouse.
A program to help Senior Citizens to continue advancing freely, peacefully and joyfully toward a fuller and more meaningful life, ripening well in anticipation of God’s rich harvesting in God’s own good time. Open for those 60 years and above.
The weekend retreat will focus on the process of forgiveness as the path to healing our personal stories. The retreat will invite the participants to reflect and to pray with some strategies that could lead to healing.
Revisiting stories about our families uncover a lot of mixed emotions. Whatever emotions surface, touching base with them is often anxiety-provoking. A fitting response is to pray about them, rather than bury them in oblivion, because praying opens the door of healing,
To pray about our family stories is to listen to them once again. For, after all, stories are meant for listening. In this retreat we will listen to our family stories once more, but, this time, in the presence of the Lord.
Healing begins when one is heard.
Feeling exhausted from work? Desire a peaceful weekend?
Is the load on your shoulder a little too heavy to bear?
This weekend retreat focuses on how the transitions that we experience at this point in life are opportunities for assessing our task for a more meaningful future. We look into how we can deepen our relationship with the self, others and God. As we come to terms with broken dreams, with our call to creativity for the future, with making peace with our past and accepting the reality of limited options: we are invited to a deeper spirituality in our lives.
The retreat will be for those who would like to have a more meaningful and prayerful preparation for Christmas. It will be an invitation to slow down in the midst of Christmas “busyness”, know WHO we wait for and enter into one’s experiences of waiting, expectations, anticipation and hope.