Philadelphia Eagle Eye Retreat
Mother Boniface Center
Start Date and Time:
Fri 1/31 600pm
End Date and Time
Sun 2/2 100pm
You are invited to join the Brothers and Sisters of the Community of St John for a weekend retreat in Philadelphia!
We will explore the meaning of Jesus’ Presentation and its application to our lives this Christmas season.
Our weekend will include Mass, Adoration, Confession, Spiritual direction, Lectio Divina, and a bonfire. Lodging is provided. Dinner on Friday, breakfast/lunch/dinner on Saturday, and breakfast on Sunday are included.
If you are looking to meet fellow Catholics and spend time in prayer, please consider coming on this retreat!
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