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Saturday, February 4, 2012
Our Lady of Sorrows Retreat Center February 5 - 11
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In the past I have mentioned the need for donations to help finish the construction of Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Arizona.  Well, they are also home to a wonderful Ignatian Retreat House.  I will be going on the silent 5 day retreat and gone from February 5th through the 11th.  Please keep me in your prayers!

More information on the retreats through the retreat house are available here: Retreats through the SSPX.

If you would like for me to pray for your intentions during this time, please either comment below with your intentions or email them to me no later than Saturday.  I will bring all of these intentions with me and keep them in prayer.

2 comments:

del_button February 4, 2012 at 2:12 PM
Adrienne said...

Dear Matthew,
Have a holy, Blessed, and productive retreat at Our Lady of Sorrows! I hope you will post about your general experience here - many people would like to know more about the retreats offered by The SSPX.
Ave Maria!
Adrienne

del_button May 10, 2014 at 6:20 AM
Krishyl Gatillosa Esgana said...

What a great way to spend the retreat! One can also spend in a detox retreat that can help cleanse the mind, body & soul. Read also: http://www.amchara.co.uk/detox-program/detox-retreat/

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