Stations of the Cross with Bishop Wall
Spiritual Talk to follow
Offered for the victims of abuse in the Diocese of Gallup
Place: Sacred Heart Retreat Center
Date: Wednesdays at 6pm
Contact: Call (505) 722-6755 for more info
Theme: Living in the embrace of God’s love
Director: Fr. Raphael Bonnano, O.F.M.
Place: St. Isabel Church, Lukachukai AZ
Contact: 928-787-2322 for full schedule and details
Theme: The Beatitudes and Black Elk
Director: Sr. Clissene Lewis, l.s.c.
Place: St. Jude Church, Tuba City, AZ
Contact: 928-283-5391 for full schedule and details
“To Turn Round Right: The Spirituality of Right Relationships”
A Lenten Retreat for Religious Men, Women, Clergy & Laity in the Diocese of Gallup
Where: Sacred Heart Retreat Center
When: Saturday, April 5, 9 – 3 pm
With: Paula Gallagher, IHM
Cost: $25 by March 22 $30 after March 22
About Paula Gallagher, IHM
Paula Gallagher I.H.M. is a member of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary from Scranton PA. She is a music educator, pastoral musician, liturgist, adult faith presenter, and spiritual director. She has taught in schools and retreat centers in the Diocese of Brooklyn NY, Pittsburgh and Scranton PA, and Newark NJ. In British Columbia, Canada, she co-ordinated Avila Center, a school of ministry for lay leadership and ongoing faith formation. In the Archdiocese of Santa Fe she has served as liturgy, music and RCIA director, family care giver, and is currently a presenter in adult faith formation and spirituality topics for the Archdiocese, retreat centers, Hospice, and parish organizations.
MAIL CHECK OR MONEY ORDER TO:
Diocese of Gallup: Sisters Council Retreat P.O. Box 775 Mentmore, NM 87319-0775
Annual Mass celebrated by Bishop Wall in which all priests of the Diocese are invited to participate.
When: Thursday, April 10
Where: Sacred Heart Cathedral, Gallup NM
Contact: (505) 722-6644 for more info
The objective does not have to be a big one, like changing your life for the better. This has been the general objective. But to get a better experience out of a retreat, have a specific objective. For example, you can put as your objective the making of a resolution not to smoke anymore.
Not to write your reflections means that you do not have a record of these and there is no easy way of bringing back these reflections to your mind later on. Whereas if you write them you can read them later and see how your life has progressed since the retreat. In this way you can see how your life has improved since then. And if you see no improvement, you can make the necessary adjustment to move forward again in the journey to eternity. In this way you can discover whether you have wakened up spiritually or not yet, or whether your spiritual horizons have broadened if you have already experienced spiritual awakening.