17 Apr 2011

Y2K - Up and coming events around the country

Disclaimer: The information in this bulletin is subject to change without notice. Please check our website for the most up-to-date Youth 2000 information http://www.youth2000.ie/. We provide information for non-Youth 2000 events as a service offered in good faith

Youth 2000 Upcoming events:



Mon 18th April - New Youth 2000 Prayer Meeting in Maynooth
A new prayer meeting has starting up in NUI College, Maynooth on Valentine's day as it happens!
WHERE: St Catherine's Oratory, Maynooth College Campus.
WHEN: Monday's @ 6.00pm.
CONTACT: Maura - 086 1693874 OR Stephen - 087 1313434

Fri 29th April - Mon 2nd May - GiFS - Growing in Faith and Service
This year we are running a special 4 day live-in session called “Growing in Faith and Service” (GiFS), which will take place from 29th April to 2nd May 2011 in Chluain Chiarain in Clonmacnois, Co. Offaly. It is a wonderful few days of, community life, a real joy, as well as being very relevant and informative. Each day we will have Mass, prayer, workshops/talks and free time. Youth 2000 music workshop held by Elation will also take place in Cluain Chiarain, Clonmacnois, Co. Offaly on Saturday April 30th 2011 as part of the GiFS retreat. All are welcome.

Sat 30th April
Youth 2000 Music Workshop with Elation
Youth 2000 music workshop held by Elation will take place in Cluain Chiarain, Clonmacnois, Co. Offaly on Saturday April 30th 2011. All are welcome.

Fri 13th - Sun 15th May - Munster Retreat
The next Munster Retreat will take place in Myross Wood retreat centre, Leap, Co. Cork, led by Fr. Jim Lenihan. Contact Info: Louise - 085 7206978
Naomi  - 085 1479038
Fri 13th - Sun 15th May Connaught Retreat
The retreat will take place in St. Muredach's College in Ballina, Co. Mayo from 13th - 15th May. For further details including booking and registering please contact: Joseph (087 7927725) or Maria (086 1693391)

Fri 3rd - Mon 6th June - Youth 2000 Silent Retreat
The annual Youth 2000 Silent retreat will take place in Manresa, Clontarf, Dublin 3 over the June Bank Holiday weekend. It will be led by Fr. Terence Crotty OP. As always, this is a donation only retreat. However, the cost to Youth 2000 is €175 per person which includes all food and accommodation on a single room basis. Booking is essential! For more information, contact the Youth 2000 office at 01 6753690 or dublin@youth2000.ie

Other up coming events

Wed 20th APR - Lenten Evening of Reflection for Men & Women
Lenten Evening of Reflection for Women will take place in the month of April at the Legionaries of Christ Novitiate, Leopardstown Rd, Dublin 18. The evening begins at 7pm and finishes at 9.30pm, with mass included. For more information and booking please call: (01) 288 9317 or email: faithandfamilycentre@arcol.org

 
Fri 22nd APR - Way of the Cross - Phoenix Park
The annual "Way of the Cross" will take place in the Phoenix Park on Good Friday, 22nd April. The event is being organised by the Movement of Communion and Liberation and will once again be lead by Archbishop Diarmuid Martin. It will commence at the Wellington Monument at 12.30pm and finish at the Papal Cross at approximately 2.15pm. We would be grateful of your assistance in making people aware of this missionary gesture. For more information, please click here...










Fri 13th - Sun 15th May - Emmaus Retreat for Youth
When: Fri 13th May - Sun 15th May,
Time: Friday 7pm - Sunday 2.15pm, A
vila Retreat Centre, Donnybrook, Dublin 4,
Non-Residential Retreat, Cost: €10 (Please bring a bible and a packed lunch). Contact for more information and to book: Gareth Carroll 087 742 9025 / gareth.carroll6@gmail.com, Sile O'Neill 087 289 1669 / oneillse@eircom.net. Why go?: To have a new experience of meeting Jesus in both Word and Sacrament, “Did not our hearts burn within us as he talked to us on the road and explained the scriptures to us?” Lk 24:32, Young people especially welcome. For more information, please click here...

Sat 21st May Religious Vocation Day for Women
"The woman who is called to Religious Life, she knows, she knows" (Mother Teresa). We are young women from around Ireland who have been contemplating the decision to enter Religious Life. We realise that there are quite a number of young women in Ireland who are also contemplating this, but who find themselves with very little support and often do not have like minded people to speak with about it. We feel it would be beneficial to meet informally to share our experience. This is not intended to be a day where Religious Communities are represented, but merely a chance for young women to come together to support each other in the decisions which are facing them. We would appreciate the prayers of all, especially all religious communities for the success of this event. We will meet on Saturday the 21st of May from 12pm – 5pm in Cluain Chiaráin, Clonmacnois. Further enquiries / Bookings / Transport – please email: saturday21stmay2011@yahoo.ie.

Sat 11th June - Fri 15th July - L5 - The Art of Team Building
Ever since Vatican II there have been an increasing number of Catholic and ecumenical initiatives geared towards training Catholic young people in evangelization and mobilizing them into missionary service. L5 was created to address the need for more specific leadership formation. L5 - is a practical, hands-on 5-week Leadership training course (hence the title) designed for people like you: Christians who lead evangelization and / or mission teams for lay missions organizations, prayer groups, communities, or discipleship training programs. For further information on course topics, prices and contact information, please click here.

Fri 17th - Sun 19th June - Vocation Weekend
Just a note to let you know about an excellent event taking place from 17-19 June in the seminary in Oscott, near Birmingham: Invocation 2011! The whole weekend is an opportunity for young people (16-35) to come together to think about their vocation, with input focussing on the vocations to priesthood and religious life. Last year was the first time the event was held, and it was more successful than the organisers ever expected - several hundred young people turned up! For a flavour of last year's Invocation, take a look at this video: http://vimeo.com/20784195. All the relevant details about Invocation 2011 are available on the website, www.invocation.org.uk. There will be plenty of prayer as part of the programme, but also some great talks from Archbishop Bernard Longley, Sr Gabriel Davison OSC (a Poor Clare from Arundel who featured on the TV series, The Convent), Fr Christopher Jamison OSB (from the TV series, The Monastery), and our own Dr Andrew O'Connell (Irish Catholic and Presentation Brothers. Dr Gemma Simmonds CJ will be MC throughout the weekend. If you know any young people, in Ireland or Britain, who are discerning a vocation to the religious life, why not encourage them to attend? Or else just spread the word that the event is taking place - it would be wonderful if many young Irish people were to attend, and to begin something similar here...

Mon 4th - Sun 10th July - 5 Day Silent Retreat - Foyer of Light, Charity and Love
5 Day Silent Retreat "If you but knew the gift of God..." Directed by Fr. Kilian Byrne The fundamental retreats.....the foundation for the entire Christian life. A privileged time to seek God in the silence and in His word. Age: 18-35yrs Cost: A suggested donation of €190 to cover accommodation, meals and retreat programme. N.B Difficulty in covering the cost should not stop people from booking the retreat. Special concessions will be considered. For further information Contact Helen on 051 383383 or 086 1678027

Fri 5th - Sun 21st August - World Youth Day 2011 in Madrid with Magis Ireland
Still interested in going to WYD? There is a fantastic opportunity with Magis Ireland, the Jesuit youth ministry in Ireland. They have a brilliant 11 day experience in Spain and Portugal planned in advance of WYD itself, and they link in with the normal WYD programme after that. The programme called MAGiS WYD is run in conjunction with thousands of young people from all over the world. There is lots of prayer, reflection and opportunities to delve deeper into issues like spirituality, faith and culture, ecology, arts and performance and social service. Registration is now open. Contact Noelle Fitzpatrick at 01 8943161 or 086 1243836 or for more details please click here

Sat 24th September - Certificate in Catechesis from Maryvale Institute
As we grow deeper in our faith we find that it is important to achieve a proper balance between prayer and sacred study. The call for us to evangelise and catechise is one of the most repeated exhortations that Pope John Paul II made in his special apostolic letter for the new millenium 'Novo Millennio Inuente" and is key to our mission in Youth 2000. Maryvale Institute are offering a Certificate in Catechesis starting on Saturday 24 September 2011 at 9:30 am in the Edith Stein Room, St Teresa's, Clarendon Street, Dublin. The course is part time distance learning, involving three study days and a retreat day per year over 2 years. If you are interested in deepening your faith so that you can become a more effective evangelist then this course is for you. For further information please contact Eithne at eithne@kteams.org.

Sun 13th November - Meant4more Catholic Men’s Conference
Following the success of our first Men’s conference, Tine is sponsoring a second conference in Dublin on Sunday 13th November 2011. Our guest speaker is Fr Larry Richards, a much sort after conference speaker, who speaks at many men’s conferences and retreats around the world. For more information or to be kept informed on this conference and other developments in men’s ministry please register on the conference website. 

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