Mount Saint Anne’s Retreat and Conference Centre is offering the following Spring Schedule of Zoom Courses through from February to the end of March 2021.
A new year and the opportunity to support, strengthen and recharge our mind, heart and soul so that we can reach out with hope and joy, and begin to recognise and welcome the new, seeing with ‘new eyes’.
It is still possible to book – but you will need to move quickly. You can also find further details and updates on the Mount Saint Anne’s Facebook page HERE and on their Website HERE as well as downloading the pdf information document Spring Programme 2021 Mount St Anne’s
February 2,9,16,23. (John Doherty)
This course introduces participants to a deep inner exploration of spirituality, connection and mysticism through various mindfulness and contemplative practices. It will be experiential in nature backed up with poetry, readings and theory of a person’s journey from brokenness and suffering to wholeness and an identity centred and grounded in Great Love.
Emerging spirituality in light of our Cosmic Story – the relationship between spirituality and ecology
February 3,10,17,24 (Niamh Brennan)
This course will focus on the relationship between spirituality and ecology, drawing specifically on the Story of the Universe. It will explore the way in which the Universe Story is also our own personal story and how a greater understanding of this story can inspire a more sacred and more intimate relationship with Earth and those we share Earth with.
Evolution and Spirituality in the 21st Century
March 2,9,16,23 (Diarmuid O’ Murchu)
Our churches and religions are struggling to keep pace with the evolutionary changes of our time. A global emergency like Covid 19 opens up new ways of understanding evolution. How to integrate these newly expanded horizons of meaning may well be the greatest challenge for contemporary spirituality.
“Has God spoken only through Moses?” (Num. 12:2) Travelling the Easter story with the women of scripture
March 3,10,17,24 (Gráinne Doherty)
A series of four talks explores the meaning and significance of the Easter story by examining and engaging with the prophetic witness of women in the scriptural accounts of both the Exodus story and the Passion narrative.
Cost of each course: €100.00
To book a place and check out technical requirements to access Zoom, Email firstname.lastname@example.org or
T. 057 8626153
Mount St. Anne’s Retreat and Conference Centre (established by the Presentation Sisters in Ireland) is located in the heart of the Irish midlands (Killenard, Portarlington, Co. Laois). The Centre is committed to a spirituality of communion that seeks God in the inter-connectedness of all life and contributes to nurturing and supporting the creation of a more compassionate, just and sustainable world.
Mount St. Anne’s is currently closed to guests and visitors (due to the COVID-19 restrictions) but open for bookings and enquiries.
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