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Plymouth Diocese Silent Retreat in November

Plymouth Diocese Silent Retreat in November

From Fri 17th Nov | £140

A taster weekend for anyone who would like to try a retreat for the first time!

A retreat can help you to open your heart to our Lord. We will take time to review how God is working in our lives and consider the fruit in us that is yet to be born.

This retreat is a silent and individually guided retreat by members of the Plymouth Diocesan Ignatian Spirituality Team. For booking and any general information please contact:

The Presbytery,
19 Fosse Road,
Kingsbridge,
TQ71NG

Tel: 01548852670
Email: mjbutler6@yahoo.com
or
adriantoffolo@yahoo.co.uk

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