Days of Reflection
Taking time out from the ordinary routine of life to reflect, share and pray with others is a wonderful opportunity to slow down and pay attention to one’s inner life. Days of reflection are structured according to the needs of a particular group. For example, a young mothers' group might benefit from a morning session on “The Spirituality of Being a Busy Parent”. A women’s or men’s club might enjoy a day of recollection that highlights life themes that correspond to the seasons of the year. Advent and Lent certainly call us to renewal, as well as provide us with many themes for spiritual growth. Linking on to Previous Brain Center Sessions may provide ideas for your group’s day of reflection.
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Comments from others...
“Your delightful blending of stories, media, Scripture, and insights from your own faith journey have given us all a new awareness and appreciation of God’s love and faithful presence.”
St. Joan of Arc Church, Orleans, MA
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Holy Cross Women’s Group, South Easton, MA
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South End Catholic Collaborative,
New Bedford, MA
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St. Mary's MOM'S Group, Shrewsbury, MA
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