During this retreat, we will explore the place of the human person within the Church and within the liturgy. We will look into the documents of the Second Vatican Council and the thoughts of John Paul II for guidance. We will also immerse ourselves in the liturgy: The Liturgy of the Hours, the Eucharist, the Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, and the Sacrament of Penance.
Doug Johnson, CSJP-A and Tim Murphy lead this five-part series entitled "Soul Brothers" that uses the men of the Bible as a starting point to discuss not only how the ancients speak to us but how we speak to each other. All ages of men are welcome and we hope you'll join us. To register or for information: 425-635-3603 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to be the man that God has always called you to be? Grow closer to God through several awesome speakers, engaging worship and inspiring fellowship with hundreds of your fellow Catholic Christians. You are invited to come to the 6th Annual Seattle Catholic Men's Conference at St. Stephen the Martyr in Renton, WA!
Growing Through the Difficulties of Life. Everybody in his life meets times of struggle, trials and sufferings. It is not easy to deal with these realities. The retreat will help us to understand that they can be for us an opportunity to grow in faith, hope and love, to reach a deeper knowledge of God and human maturity
Peace Days for Women. “Walking the Way of Peace” led by Sr. Carmel Little, CSJP & Valerie Ross. Bring a sack lunch – Free Will Offering. All Events are held at the Peace and Spirituality Center. Sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace - 1663 Killarney Way, Bellevue, WA 98004. To register or for more information contact us at 425-635-3603 or e-mail email@example.com
Faith, Hope, and Love in the Life of A Man of Christ. This retreat will focus on the three theological virtues, Faith, Hope, and Love. Points for prayer and practical application of each of the virtues will be given in order for the retreatants to deepen their devotion to Christ, the Blessed Mother, and the Church in everyday life.