Tasters in Theology For Everyone with Professor Eamonn Conway (Head of Department, Theology & Religious Studies, MIC Limerick)
will take place on February 20 & 27 from 8pm-9.30pm at Knock House Hotel. The themes for these evening talks are as follows:
Thurs 20: “Fashioned in Wisdom and in Love”- Reflections on Creation
Thurs 27: What happens to us and our loved ones after death?
Theological reflections on heaven and hell
Fee: €10 for each evening
The ‘Women of the Well’ day retreat will make a return on Friday 21 from 7.30pm-9pm & Saturday 22 February from 9.30am-4pm in the Prayer Centre, Knock Shrine.
The retreat will be facilitated by Moira McDowall and Angela Marson and offers a chance to connect and engage with some of the most inspiring women from the Scriptures, offering moments of prayer, reflection and sharing in an atmosphere of creativity.
Fee: €50 includes lunch
The popular ‘Quiet Days for Busy People’ day retreats make a welcome return. Deirdre Ní Chinnéide will lead ‘Come Away to a Quiet Place’ , a day of Music, Reflection and Prayer on Saturday, March 14th. . Lizzie Harrison will join us on Saturday 25 April for a day entitled ‘Resting in God’s Gaze of Love’ .
Both of retreats take place from 10.30am – 4pm in the Prayer Centre.
Fee €30 includes lunch
The annual Scripture Summer School takes place from 9- 12 June . The theme this year is 2020 Vision – Faith into the Future – Biblical Nourishment for Hungry Pilgrims.
We are delighted to welcome back our facilitators Kieran O’Mahony, Jessie Rogers and Sean Goan. Come join us and be nourished by the Word of God as we reflect on its richness. The Summer School focuses on specific themes in Scripture with guest speakers throughout the week. The programme consists of daily lectures, workshops, Lectio Divina and celebration of the Mass.The school will take place in Knock House Hotel and booking is required.
Jesuit Week 2020 takes place from Sunday 26 July – Sunday 2 August inclusive. The theme is Your Life, Your Story, Your Pathway to God. God takes an interest in each one of us, in every life – a personal interest in the ordinary daily realities and in our deepest longings. Each of us has a story to tell and in that story, God is present, calling us to listen as well as speaking. It doesn’t do away with the struggles of life, but it helps us to see that the One who created us wants to guide us and to give us courage and a sense of peace. This is what the Jesuit way of prayer is all about.
See our Faith Renewal page for more details and booking information here