Life and meetings at our houses in UK was put on hold due to the Pandemic and precautions that had to be taken. Also some health problems developed that meant only the prayer ministry remained active. Hopefully as the situation eases in the UK we will soon be showing forthcoming events again
What are you looking for? Jesus the Questioner
Sunday 12-Sunday 19 June Led by Fr Eamonn Mulcahy
Perhaps it has never struck you before just how many questions
Jesus asks in the Gospels. Jesus, in fact, was always asking
personal questions – questions that unsettled both his followers
and his contemporaries. His questions cut to the heart of human
experience and challenge us still. In this Retreat you are invited to allow yourself to be questioned by Jesus anew and search your own hearts and minds for fresh answers as we prayerfully explore such questions of Jesus as:
What do you seek?
What do you want me to do for you?
Who are you looking for?
Why are you weeping?
Who do you say I am?
Why were you looking for me?
Who touched me?
This is a preached retreat. There will be daily prayer, celebration
of Mass, silent Adoration of the Exposed Blessed Sacrament, and
opportunity to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
Residential retreat cost: £630
Online retreat cost: £150
Fr Eamonn is a Spiritan missionary from Manchester. A priest since 1980, he has been
on mission in Congo-Brazzaville, Nigeria and Kenya. He has extensive experience of
deepening the Faith Formation of Adults in the UK and leading spiritual retreats to
priests, religious and lay-people in Europe, North America, Australia, Africa and Asia. He
is now in the UK on the team of the inner-city Holy Spirit Parish in Manchester whilst
working as one of the Episcopal Vicars for Religious in the Salford Diocese. He teaches Systematic Theology one day a week in Oscott College Seminary, Birmingham, and still maintains active involvement in educating street kids back in the infamous slum of Kibera, Nairobi. He is passionate about communicating the beauty of our Faith and the interface between Theology and Spirituality.
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