We are repeating our popular weekend for those who missed it the first time around. For more see below.
To apply, simply email Sr Margaret Atkins on [email protected].
Our February Retreat will be led by Sr Margaret Atkins, an Augustinian Canoness at Boarbank Hall in Cumbria and author of Catholics and Our Common Home: Caring for the Planet in a Time of Crisis (CTS), Trish Sandbach, who worked in Oxfam Education and is an assessor for the CAFOD LiveSimply award (see https://cafod.org.uk/Campaign/Livesimply-award) and John Paul de Quay, founder member of the Ecological Conversion Group and Journey to 2030 (see https://journeyto2030.org/). There will also be a panel discussion for sharing advice on practical projects.
Bishop Patrick McKinney of Nottingham has kindly agreed to introduce the weekend. It would be especially good if parishioners from his diocese could join up to support him!
What will happen? A long weekend of talks and discussions on zoom, and practical activities, on living the message of Laudato Si’ in and through your parish. Sessions will be in the evenings Friday to Monday, Saturday morning, and Saturday and Sunday late afternoon, so leaving you free for work and other activities.
Who is it for? Any interested parishioner is most welcome to join us. The weekend is aimed especially at people with parish responsibilities or who are part of or want to start a relevant parish group.
Times Sessions will be on Friday night, Saturday morning and night, Sunday afternoon and night and Monday night (leaving people free during the day on Monday).
Cost – voluntary donations gratefully accepted, but there will be no fee for the weekend.