The Father – Small Lenten Retreat – Part III

Bronze relief of Fr. Kentenich's handSchoenstatt Shrine and Pastoral Centre – St. John Fisher
Part III – God the Father in others

Lent is an important time of the year for each one of us and for the Church. Resolutions are an aspect of the time… but what can we do to focus our energy on the religious in the middle of a busy program.

Lent is a good time for a Retreat – not easy in the middle of the working week – but why not try a “Retreat in the world”.

We will be offering a Mass on the Friday mornings of Lent at 6am at the Shrine – well before working time (and there is tea and toast afterwards). If you can’t join us in the Shrine – why not follow the mass on the Internet (http://schoenstatt-tv.de/EN/Livestream.html) – the mass will be repeated their during the day…

At the mass there will be an input and you can receive material to focus your lenten journey for the coming week (if you are there – pick it up / on the web – we will send you and e-mail / don’t have e-mail – we’ll use the trusty post).

 

For further details contact Fr. Andrew
e-mail: fr.andrew@schoenstatt.org.uk
mobile: 07958 780 649

Masses on Friday,  March 18th and 25th, April 1st (no joke), 8th and 15th.

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The Father – Small Lenten Retreat – Part II

Bronze relief of Fr. Kentenich's handSchoenstatt Shrine and Pastoral Centre – St. John Fisher
Part II – God the Father in my Life

Lent is an important time of the year for each one of us and for the Church. Resolutions are an aspect of the time… but what can we do to focus our energy on the religious in the middle of a busy program.

Lent is a good time for a Retreat – not easy in the middle of the working week – but why not try a “Retreat in the world”.

We will be offering a Mass on the Friday mornings of Lent at 6am at the Shrine – well before working time (and there is tea and toast afterwards). If you can’t join us in the Shrine – why not follow the mass on the Internet (http://schoenstatt-tv.de/EN/Livestream.html) – the mass will be repeated their during the day…

At the mass there will be an input and you can receive material to focus your lenten journey for the coming week (if you are there – pick it up / on the web – we will send you and e-mail / don’t have e-mail – we’ll use the trusty post).

 

For further details contact Fr. Andrew
e-mail: fr.andrew@schoenstatt.org.uk
mobile: 07958 780 649

Masses on Friday,  March 18th and 25th, April 1st (no joke), 8th and 15th.

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The Father – Small Lenten Retreat

Bronze relief of Fr. Kentenich's handSchoenstatt Shrine and Pastoral Centre – St. John Fisher

Lent is an important time of the year for each one of us and for the Church. Resolutions are an aspect of the time… but what can we do to focus our energy on the religious in the middle of a busy program.

Lent is a good time for a Retreat – not easy in the middle of the working week – but why not try a “Retreat in the world”.

We will be offering a Mass on the Friday mornings of Lent at 6am at the Shrine – well before working time (and there is tea and toast afterwards). If you can’t join us in the Shrine – why not follow the mass on the Internet (http://schoenstatt-tv.de/EN/Livestream.html) – the mass will be repeated their during the day…

At the mass there will be an input and you can receive material to focus your lenten journey for the coming week (if you are there – pick it up / on the web – we will send you and e-mail / don’t have e-mail – we’ll use the trusty post).

 

For further details contact Fr. Andrew
e-mail: fr.andrew@schoenstatt.org.uk
mobile: 07958 780 649

Masses on Friday,  March 18th and 25th, April 1st (no joke), 8th and 15th.

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Disciple of the Father

Icon of Christ the Redeemer

School of Apostles

After this the Lord appointed seventy others and sent them on ahead of him in pairs to every town and place where he himself intended to go. He said to them, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore ask the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest. (Luke 10:1-2) Jesus called many to follow him. Some of these he took into training so that he could send them out to lots of places to prepare for his visit. He instructed them, encouraged them and empowered them to be envoys of his Good News. This strength coming from him allowed them to set the same signs he was setting so that people could see and believe that our God is a Father who keeps his promises and has given us the Redeemer promised. Continue reading “Disciple of the Father”

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