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Mater Dei Centre for Catholic Education has opened a survey which encourages everyone to join a conversation on adult religious education and faith development in Ireland. They would like as many people as possible to take part in the survey.

Anointing Fire Catholic Ministries presents AWAKE EUROPE 2019, a Catholic Residential Conference.

It will run from 19 to 21 July 2019 (Friday 10:00am to Sunday 4:00pm), at Maynooth Campus.

The 2016 International Eucharistic Congress takes place in Cebu in the Philippines next January. Joe Walsh Tours is offering packages to those interested in attending.

The dates of the Galway Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes are July 1st to July 6th.

The Pilgrimage will be led by the Diocesan Administrator, Canon Michael McLoughlin.

A Week of Guided Prayer is a real retreat in the real world of everyday life. It may be the perfect solution for those who have too many daily responsibilities at work and at home to go and spend a week in a monastery or retreat centre.

Lectio Divina means ‘sacred reading’. It is not bible study.

This kind of reading has very little in common with the kind of reading we do when we read a book or a newspaper, and it is not just that we are reading holy scriptures that makes it different.

Vocations Retreat: A Look into the Life of Priesthood
St Patrick's College, Maynooth; 
18-19 May 2019

For further information, email: info@vocations.ie

 

A PRAYER FOR VOCATIONS

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.