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It is never too late …

As we can feel the air change and the light of days grow longer, Spring reminds us it is never too late!  The surety of recovery and resurrection as new buds and green shoots emerge where for ages there has only been dark earth.  But things in nature are not always what they seem.  Absence of light and lack of ...

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Spring ‘reach out’ from Mt. St. Anne’s

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 ...

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Exploring through scripture & art

scripture and art

The genealogy of Jesus in Mathew 1:1 – 17 names only five women: Tamar, Rahab, Ruth, Bathsheba and Mary.  For centuries people have been intrigued by the inclusion of these diverse and often unorthodox women.  This online course offered by Mount St. Anne’s Retreat and Conference Centre is an opportunity to explore their individual stories through scripture and art, and ...

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A peaceful journey

You are invited to participate in an online journey from Easter to Pentecost facilitated by Gráinne Doherty. This online retreat opportunity is provided by Mount St. Anne’s Retreat and Conference Centre see: HERE    (Please note that Mount St. Anne’s is currently closed to the public due to COVID-19 restrictions). ‘Peace be with you’ (Jn 20:19): Journeying from Easter to Pentecost ...

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Province Justice Day 2019

“How do we ‘carry Nano’s Lantern’ … and ‘hear the cry of the Earth and those kept poor’ ”? Today, more than ever before, we need people like Nano Nagle*.  We need people of courage who are prepared, if necessary, to ‘spend themselves’ for love of the poor and of the planet. This is what it means to carry ‘Nano’s ...

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Love made visible

As the National  Ploughing Championships begin in Ballintrane, Fenagh, Co. Carlow in these days we are reminded of the vitality of  our daily relationship with nature and of the inter-relatedness of all life; whether ‘walking lightly on the Earth’ or working in and for this ‘Our Common Home’.  Through this  experience we have the opportunity to ‘keep pace’ with the ...

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Sabbatical Programme Oct-Nov 2019

A breathing space in your ongoing Faith Journey The Sabbatical experience … from the people giving us the marvellous sharing of their knowledge and experience, to the comfort, meals and ambiance of the place itself, should be experienced by anyone wishing to take time out from a busy schedule to reflect and ponder, and to find peace in the atmosphere ...

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Justice for All: People and Planet

Justice  for All: People and Planet ‘Love  one another & spend yourselves for the poor’. The provincial Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation (JPIC) Commission will hold a Day for Justice on November 24th, 2018 at Mount St Anne’s, Retreat and Conference Centre, Killenard, Portarlington, Co. Laois, exploring the theme: ‘Justice For All: People and Planet’. The keynote speaker is ...

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Sabbatical Programme 2019

‘Reflect, Refresh & Renew’ “I feel privileged to have been led on a pilgrimage from solitude to community …” . “I thought that there was a good balance between personal space & group involvement”. – some experiences shared by participants at Mount St. Anne’s  Sabbatical Programme This 4-week programme (taking place from the 24th March to 21st April 2019) will provide you with an ...

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‘Heart Aflame’ Visitor Centre

‘Know where you come from, to know who you are’. The first time I saw the exhibition in the ‘Heart Aflame’ Visitor Centre this was the phrase that remained with me long afterwards as  the ‘Heart Aflame’ Story is the story of the Presentation Congregation. The exhibition material that is available treasures the memory, tradition and contribution of all of those ...

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