Need to recharge, but you’re too busy to go on retreat? The “Busy Person’s Retreat” at St. Anselm Parish on Tuesday evening, Dec. 16 may be perfect for you. In just 2½ hours, you’ll experience a rich evening of prayer including a spiritual conference talk, time for silent adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, the opportunity for confession, and celebration of Holy Mass.
The retreat will be held in St. Anselm’s Spirituality Center in Northeast Philadelphia beginning at 6:30 and concluding by 9 p.m. sharp.
The retreat master will be Father Joseph Gleason, who served for many years as the director of spiritual formation at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary and is now chaplain for Bryn Mawr and Lankenau Hospitals.
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