Mom, Heart of the Home celebrates its 20th annual Spring Day of Renewal Saturday, March 22 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at SS. Simon and Jude Parish’s Meehan Center, 10 Cavanaugh Court in West Chester.
While the day focuses on motherhood, all women are nurturers and are welcome to the retreat, where they can slow down and replenish their spirit.
The theme of the day is “Come Back to Me,” and is intended to help women deepen their relationship with God and Mary our Mother.
Speakers include Meghan Cokeley and Judy Armour, and the celebrant for Mass will be Father Matthew Guckin.
Registration fee is $25 and is due by March 14. Register online here or call 610-524-1108 for more information.
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