Proclaiming the mercy of God: CAFOD retreats

Pope Francis’ calls on us to be “witnesses of mercy” in our families, communities and in our world.

Dates

22 October 2016, 10:00am ‐ 3 December 2016 04:00pm

Contacts

Maria Elena Arana - marana@cafod.org.uk

Website

Register online to attend a retreat on Proclaiming the mercy of God

Address

Retreats are taking place all over the country. For more information or to sign up online, visit our CAFOD retreat Eventbrite.

As this Year of Mercy draws to a close, CAFOD will be hosting retreats around the country that will explore how each of us can continue to live out Pope Francis’ call to be “witnesses of mercy” in our families, communities and in our world.

These retreats are an opportunity to be refreshed and sustained. It will allow you to take time out from everyday life to reflect on your own faith journey, in the company of other CAFOD supporters and in peaceful surroundings.

During the day, we will explore the Scriptures and Church teaching together. We will also take time to learn from each other’s experiences and to be inspired and enriched by stories from CAFOD’s campaigning and work overseas.

These retreats are free of charge. All are welcome, whether or not you are already involved with CAFOD’s campaigns.

Book online now for more information leading up to the retreats. Check the list below for the retreat nearest you and indicate which one you are attending when you register.

Invite others from your parish - download a retreat flier to print and share. Simply select the page in the document referring to your local retreat and print out the relevant flier.

  

Saturday 3 December

Plymouth Diocese, Hilfield Friary, The Friary, Hilfield, Dorchester, Dorset DT2 7BE

Portsmouth Diocese, St Mary’s Parish Alton, 59 Normandy St, Alton GU34 1DN

Resources from the retreats

Campaign autumn retreat pictures

Theological presentation: Campaign autumn retreat (slides)

Theological presentation: Campaign autumn retreat (notes)

Retreat Catholic Social Teaching and case studies

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