Wholeness and Holiness: Reconciliation in the Church and in the World (Online)

Diocese Of Montreal (The)

4 Tuesday evenings, January 28 to February 18, 2020, 7PM to 8.30PM EST In the church and in society, the theme of reconciliation is often invoked: in conversations about settler and indigenous relations in Canada, about race relations in the United States, about politics, about the mission of Christians, and so much more. This non-credit …
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Lenten Soul Tending in the High Desert

Ghost Ranch Conference Center

Lent, traditionally a soul-searching, penitential season to prepare for Easter resurrection, is a time to peel away the unnecessary, distill meaning and live into what is most important. Come explore and nourish your inner landscape and wellbeing while awakening joy and healing in the stillness and raw beauty of the New Mexico High Desert. Based …
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Lenten Taizé Weekend

Ignatius Jesuit Centre

Facilitated by Bernie Carroll SJ, & Dan Leckman SJ Following the Taizé monastic pattern of morning, noon and evening prayer. The Taizé weekend provides input and the opportunity of group sharing. There are times of silence.

Facing Transitions Together: A Couple Enrichment Retreat

Pendle Hill

To sustain intimacy over the years, partners must face together times of change and transition. The ability to share deeply the mix of emotions of life’s seasons — joys, fears, hopes, sadness — ultimately deepens our committed relationships. Whether you are just beginning as a couple or have been together for many moons, whether your …
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The Three Great Days – Holy Week at the Monastery

Holy Cross Monastery

Join the monastic community in a distinctive observance of the central event of the liturgical year from Maundy Thursday through Good Friday and the procession of the Cross, and onward to the exaltation of the Great Vigil and the sunrise celebration of Easter Sunday. Led By: The Monastic Community