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Sunday, October 23, 2016
Invitation to the Seekers Sanctuary
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¬†Do you know someone who is searching? Hasn't found their niche? Perhaps exploring different spiritualities and is open to new things? Please consider inviting them to a Seekers' Sanctuary weekend which is being offered on the 8 ≠ 10 June. The event will be located in the rolling hills of North Wales which over the centuries has been home to hundreds of hermits who lived in caves and came in search of space, quiet and in response to a divine call. Modern day visitors will be accommodated at the comfortable Franciscan Friary at Pantasaph and be similarly helped to enjoy and find their own inner sanctuary. Br Loarne is one of the weekends' leaders: "Many people in contemporary life are searching. We hope the weekend provides them with an opportunity, in a relaxed and non-pressurised environment, to explore and discover spiritually, what and who they are looking for. Pantasaph has been a haven for spiritual seekers for decades; it is a seekers' sanctuary in every sense. Please invite someone to come and join us, as together we enter on a path of spiritual discovery." Meditation, walks, social time, talks and one-to-one spiritual life coaching are just a flavour of some of the things on offer. Time for group questioning is also factored in, with there being plenty of free space to allow people to enter and explore their own spirituality. The weekend has been specially designed for non-Catholic enquirers and those who are perhaps pre-RCIA or currently in the RCIA process. The event is donation only. Catherine attended a previous event: "Numerous chats with different people helped me immensely. I came with many questions. Some were answered, some remain. I was shown a great deal and not just through words, but actions also. The weekend was inspirational, fun, educational, a time of sharing and being part of something greater." The weekend is being supported by the Catholic Enquiry Office which is run by Catholic Agency to Support Evangelisation (CASE), as part of a wider initiative to promote the richness of Catholic life and beliefs. For more information please telephone 01352 711 053 or see:
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