Malvern Retreat House lists the following upcoming retreats – register or learn more at MalvernRetreat.com or call 610- 644-0400.
Young Adult Retreat, May 30-31:
“The New Evangelization — I Believe, and Therefore, Speak…”
How can you be a modern day apostle? Discover how you can live the New Evangelization’s message each day at Malvern Retreat House’s Young Adult Retreat for men and women in their 20s and 30s. Retreat director Father Peter Huynh, L.C., will help strengthen your relationship with God and enhance your spiritual growth. Music by Will Panagokos and Yassir Granillo.
National Charismatic Retreat at Malvern Retreat House, June 27-29:
“Ablaze with the Spirit: Come Experience the Fire of God’s Healing Love!”
Join EWTN’s Jesse Romero, Kathleen McCarthy and Father Robert Hilz, T.O.R., for this life-changing national Charismatic retreat. This retreat for men and women features world-renowned preachers and teachers and a healing service with the sacrament of the anointing of the sick. The retreat will challenges retreatants to a renewal of faith convictions with dynamic conferences. Space is limited so register early for this national retreat.
A Catholic Retreat for Singles, June 27-29
Single men and women of all ages are welcome to Malvern Retreat House to hear two dynamic and inspirational retreat directors, Father Steve DeLacy and Bryan Mercier. They will help retreatants grow closer to God by taking time away from everyday cares and worries, enabling you to hear God’s voice in your life. Sponsored by the CatholicMatch Institute.
Fatima Retreat with Father Andrew Apostoli, July 11-13:
“Why is the Message of Fatima so Relevant for your Life and Family Now?”
EWTN’s Father Andrew Apostoli will help you understand and discover why the messages given by the Blessed Virgin Mary to three Portuguese children at Fatima are even more important today than when they were first given in 1917. All men and women are welcome.
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