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Your Faith

Filed under: Spirituality

The Galway Diocesan Pastoral Centre seeks to build up the Kingdom of God by helping each individual disciple to flourish in his or her own living relationship with Jesus Christ. The shared experience of the Church in witness, service, sacraments and liturgy expresses the ecclesial dimension of our relationship with Christ. However, to build upon this communal experience of faith, more and more people are articulating their hunger for a personal experience of God through developing their own prayer life.

Guided prayer

A week of guided prayer consists of an introductory evening, a daily commitment to a time of personal prayer & meeting with your prayer guide. It is for anyone who is interested in deepening their faith or exploring their spiritual life. Read more.

Lectio Divina

Lectio Divina means ‘sacred reading’, and is a prayerful listening to the words of sacred scripture with the ears of our heart and soul. This kind of sacred reading is less about us reading scripture as it is about allowing our lives to be 'read' by the power of God’s word. Read more.