Malvern Retreat House will host its 15th annual Divine Mercy Retreat on Friday through Sunday, April 9-11.
In these times of crises and confusion, refocus on growing in trust in God’s infinite mercy on this Divine Mercy weekend retreat. Mass, eucharistic adoration, spiritual conferences, the sacrament of reconciliation, silence and devotions including the rosary and Divine Mercy chaplet will be featured.
It will culminate with the feast of Divine Mercy Sunday!
Leading the retreat will be Father Jim Blount, a priest of the Society of Our Lady of the Trinity who will be leading the retreat virtually, and Father Stephen DeLacy, director of the Vocation Office for Diocesan Priesthood.
Experience the peaceful grounds of St. Joseph’s in the Hills this spring while receiving the promises of grace revealed in the diary of St. Faustina. This is a co-ed retreat and will be held in Upper McShain. In-person retreatants will stay at Our Lady’s Hall.
Only a limited number of in-person openings are available, and virtual participation remains unlimited. The cost is $230 in person, $75 virtual.
See MalvernRetreat.com/events/divine-mercy/ for more details or call 610-644-0400.
Malvern Retreat House, is located at 315 South Warren Avenue in Malvern, Chester County.
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