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Summer Adult Week - Living the Sacred: Blessing, holiness and incarnation in our everyday lives
Jul
15
to Jul 19

Summer Adult Week - Living the Sacred: Blessing, holiness and incarnation in our everyday lives

  • Monastery of Our Lady of Hyning (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In this week, we will consider how the concept of priesthood developed from Jewish and pagan roots, and how it might be re-interpreted in the future. We hope to celebrate our common priesthood in our liturgy, and experience blessing and holiness together.

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Autumn Reunion Weekend - Living Stones (1 Peter 2:5): Rebuilding the Church on Rock
Nov
1
to Nov 3

Autumn Reunion Weekend - Living Stones (1 Peter 2:5): Rebuilding the Church on Rock

  • Noddfa Spirituality Centre, Penmaenmawr (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Scripture is peppered with references to stones. Their permanence, when all else has fallen away, allows a story to be told which would otherwise be lost. This Reunion Weekend is open to all members. Conversation, conviviality and community mingle with prayer and liturgy in true CPW style for the whole weekend. 

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FULLY BOOKED: Spring Weekend - Understanding the Eucharist
Mar
22
to Mar 24

FULLY BOOKED: Spring Weekend - Understanding the Eucharist

  • Monastery of Our Lady of Hyning (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Giving thanks to God is at the heart of the three great monotheistic faiths. For Catholics, this takes the form of the Eucharist. But what does this mean for our lives and our relationships with other Christians? We shall explore these issues over the course of the weekend with talks and discussions.

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Winter Weekend - Church at the Crossroads: Responding to Challenging Times
Feb
15
to Feb 17

Winter Weekend - Church at the Crossroads: Responding to Challenging Times

  • Boars Hill Carmelite Priory (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The Catholic Church stands at a crossroads. These are complex and challenging times and the issues need to be faced by all of us with honesty, openness, and transparency. Explore these themes and learn about a range of contrasting visions of the Catholic Church of the future.

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