The Jesuits in Glasgow offer an online Lent retreat to celebrate the 500 years since the conversion of St. Ignatius Loyola is based on his life. Each day of Lent the retreat we provide an episode from the life of Ignatius, Music, Art, a reading from Scripture and a reflection. Participants can join an online group for a weekly meeting with others to share the fruits of their prayer. The retreat is available on the web (www.onlineprayer.net) as an App, or a book. For details click website below.
Just as physical exercise strengthens our bodies, spiritual exercise strengthens our faith. Personal prayer ideally flows from Sunday Mass and back toward it in a weekly cycle of prayer. Also, we can greatly enhance our experience of Mass if we are spiritually prepared each week. This comes when we read Sunday’s readings ahead of time, and make this part of our personal prayer. On the internet, there is a very useful website that can help you and your family or friends prepare each week for Sunday Mass: liturgy.slu.edu. On this site, you will find links to Sunday’s readings, prayers, spiritual reflections, and interesting explanations all based on those readings. There is also a section that helps you pray with the music of the Mass. The material is designed for ordinary Catholics of all levels of understanding – the people in the pews. Please consider spending a few minutes each week with this website as part of your personal prayer. The site is completely free of charge, sponsored by the Center for Liturgy at Saint Louis University.
The funeral of Buck Chisolm is taking place on Thursday, 20th January 2022. Due to the Covid-19 restrictions the space in the chapel of Waldfriedhof Zehlendorf is strictly limited to family and inner circle, but there is the possibility to be outside and follow the funeral via loudspeakers (keep in mind: distance rules have to be obeyed). Address: Waldfriedhof Zehlendorf, Wasgensteig 30, 14169 Berlin; start @ 9:15 a.m.
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