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Lenten Retreat

Exile, Journey, and Destination!
Saturday, March 30, 2019
10:00 a.m.

Fr. Timothy Sas
Pastor, Twelve Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church
Duluth, MN

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Retreat Schedule:  

10:00    Coffee & Refreshments
10:30    Session 1 — Exile
            
One family’s story of exile from their homeland in Romania, and the losses involved in leaving one’s native land.
12:15    Lunch
 1:30     Session 2 — Journey
            
Struggling to make a new home in a new world while experiencing isolation from God and the community, and the joy of finding God in the Church through the liturgical worship of Great Lent.
 
3:15     Break
 3:45     Session 3 — Destination
           
The parish as a place of rest on the way to our ultimate goal and the role of the Spiritual Father / Confessor in guiding us to our ultimate destination, ‘oneness with God.’
 5:30     Refreshments & Discussion
  6:00    Great Vespers

** There will be time set aside for Q & A at the end each session.

 

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