31 Mar 2014

With Christ joy is Constantly Born Anew!

Limerick Diocesan Charismatic Renewal Service Committee
Invites you to a Conference
on the Joy of the Gospel



Theme
With Christ joy is Constantly Born Anew!
  • Our first purpose in this conference, as we envisage it, is to joyfully share our faith and to join in worship open to the surprises of the Holy Spirit.
  • Secondly, in our reflections  together, to explore some of the themes of the Apostolic Exhortation “Evangelii Gaudium” of Pope Francis in an atmosphere of Joy and Hope. To help us in this we have we are blessed to have such wonderful speakers .
  • One of the great joys to to listen to Christians of another tradition  and learn from their experiences and reflections on the gospel.
  • We are not charging an entrance fee for the conference as we wish all to feel welcome regardless of their financial status at this time.  There will be a collection each day to meet the expenses of the gathering.
  • I am excited by what the Lord is doing in our days.   I hope to see you there, please consider bringing a few friends to share in the event.
  • Lastly but most important, please pray for this conference, pray that God’s wonderful purpose may be done in us.
Conference dates:
April 5th- 6th 2014
In The Radison Blu Hotel & Spa Limerick

Outline of Each Day:

Saturday
Prayer and Praise     10.00
Talk                             11.00 (Fr. P. Collins)
Testimonies               11.45 (Sr. Bridget Dunne NSC and James Mahon (Youth 2000)
Lunch                          13.00
Prayer and Praise     14.30
Talk:                           15.00 (Rev. Des Bain)
Break                          16.00
Eucharist                    17.00 (Celebrated by Bishop Donal Murray)
Healing Service          19.30

Sunday
Prayer and Praise      10.00
Talk                              11.00 (Fr. P. Collins)
Testimonies.                11.45 (Ms Nuala Fitzgerald and Mr Dermot O’Reilly)
Lunch.                           13.00
Prayer and Praise      14.30
Talk                              15.00 (Bishop Trevor Williams)
Break                            16.00
Eucharist                      17.00 (Celebrated by Bishop Brendan Leahy)

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