Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy

Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy

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Galilee Spirituality Centre Winter Programme

Dear Friends,

We hope you and yours are keeping well, and managing some normality at this time.  We at Galilee continue to pray for you all, and have prepared a programme for the coming weeks and months. Much of our activity will be online and our activities in the house and garden will continue to be influenced by government guidance on the COVID-19 virus. Do keep an eye on the website which will have all updates www.galilee.ie.

If you experience any difficulties accessing material on the website, or Zoom meetings, or you would like some help getting started, please contact me Director@galilee.ie.

We look forward to welcoming you to Galilee – either online or in person in the near future.

With every good wish and Blessing,

Anne, Olive, Margaret and Mae, Galilee Team

Galilee Spirituality Centre and Quiet Garden are open


You are welcome to come for some quiet time, spiritual direction or pastoral supervision (ministers) by arrangement.  Small group meetings may take place, or small groups for reflection or retreat.

Prayer ministry: as always, you are welcome to ring Galilee to request prayer 071-966-4101.  We invite everyone to join us in prayer, wherever you are, at 6.00pm Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Programme of Events

That your Love may Overflow (Phil 1): Exploring Acts and the Letters of St. Paul
In these four short videos our presenters will give an introduction to these scriptures which will help us make sense of the world of the early Church and how these readings can speak to us today. Available free of charge.
Paul: Considering the man and his message. Dympna Mallon
Philippians: Paul’s Joyful Letter. Dr Jessie Rogers
The Acts of the Apostles: a community of faith. Philomena Clare.
What Acts tells us about the women of the early Church.  Marian Mortell

Boyle Cares
If you live in the Boyle area please join this initiative which lets everyone in Boyle know that they are part of a caring community. This community mental health initiative is co-hosted by Galilee and our wonderful Family Resource Centre.  The next stage of this will take place on Tuesday, 29th September via Zoom. Enquiries and link, Anne Francis Director@Galilee.ie.

Climate Change Webinar.
Our annual conference will be online this year.  Keynote Speaker: Dr. Liam Lysaght, Director of the National Biodiversity Centre, and panel. October 31st 10.30 – 12.30. Booking info@galilee.ie

Winter in the Quiet Garden
Wrap up and join us for prayer and reflection exploring the spirituality of winter.  Galilee Team.  November 8th 2.00 – 4.00pm. Booking info@galilee.ie

Active Hope Workshops
Following our Active Hope workshops in February and June, we will have a series of workshops taking a group through the full Active Hope Cycle. With Dr. Connie Nell, Social Anthropologist.

Although each of these workshops will stand alone, to get the most out of the series, we strongly recommend that participants plan to take part in all five sessions. First workshop November 18th, 7.30pm. Subsequent dates: December 12th, February 10th, April 7th and May 12th.Cost €10 per session or €40 for the series. Booking info@galilee.ie.

Online Advent Retreat, with Sr. Finola Cunnane
Advent Invitations for COVID Times.  Recording available December 1st.  Online Zoom retreat, December 5th, 10.30 – 1.00.  Booking info@galilee.ie

Advent Stations by Candlelight, in the Quiet Garden
Wrap up and join us for an Advent meditation in the Quiet Garden.  Galilee Team. December 19th, 6.00pm.  Booking info@galilee.ie  Donation.

 

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