Holy Week 2021Mar 30, 2021 | Story by: Christian Life Community of the Philippines | Triduum Retreat,holy week,2021,Fr. Oliver Dy, SJ,Online Reflections,clc ph,christian life community of the philippines,retreat
Dear Friends in the Lord,
As we move towards Holy Week and the central events of our faith, we would like to encourage all of us to spend some time in prayer and reflection.
To aid us in prayer, we want to suggest the Triduum Retreat being offered by JesCom and Radyo Katipunan facilitated by Fr. Olivery Dy, SJ on the theme Hope in Christ. It will be broadcast via YouTube and Facebook and the reflections will be available for those who can.
He will offer points on Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday morning from 9:00-10:30am, with time for personal prayer and reflection.
We would like to invite our members to participate in the Triduum retreat through the following:
2. Set aside personal time for prayer on the points given and the passages suggested by Fr. Ody to deepen your encounter with Christ.
3. Gather with your CLC community either daily or at the end of the retreat for spiritual conversation about the fruits of your retreat and the invitation of the Lord for you and your community to grow in hope.
4. Optional: For those who desire, several of our CLC retreat guides have offered to be available for individual consultations online.
For those interested to avail of individual consultations, please click the button below and fill up the form so we can match you with a retreat guide and send you a more detailed questionnaire.
May our Holy Week be a time of greater encounter with God that we may be ever more available for the work most needed for the building of God's Kingdom.
Your FI Team
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