You Alone are My Strength - Catholic Retreat
Friday, October 31, 2014 at 4:30 PM - Sunday, November 2, 2014 at 1:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
You alone are my strength!
October 31st- November 2nd
Starting from $125
Registration and information:
Holy Trinity Community is inviting all young adults (18 or above), Catholics / non-Catholics, to get together to this powerful Carmelite & Renewal in the Spirit retreat.
Together with Contemplatives of St. Joseph & Daughters of Carmel, we will reflect deeply upon our reliance of God's love, experience the Baptism in the Spirit, and explore various practical ancient Catholic prayer methods to live the Word of God.
This retreat is the time to offer yourself fully to Jesus through songs, worships, adoration, and much others. Various talks will be given throughout the retreat to best prepare us to receive Jesus through the power of the Holy Spirit.
Come and love Jesus!
Some pictures from previous events
Fr. Vito and DOC sisters
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Terms and Conditions
Deadline for payment
Regular registration: October 11, 2014
Late registration : October 31, 2014
Cancellation and Refund Policy
- We refund the net amount of the ticket in full up to 30 days before the event
- Cancellation requested within 30 days of the event will not be refunded for any reason
- No shows will not be refunded for any reason
Minimum age to attend this retreat is 18 years old
We provide children daycare for parents who want to attend this retreat with their children.
When & Where
Holy Trinity Community - Bay Area Young Adult Region
Holy Trinity Community is a Catholic Carmelite Renewal group of faithful founded as a lay community in the Church to serve God's people in unity and under the guidance of local Bishops. This Community is a Living Union; a public group of Christian faithful organized according to the Canon Law no. 298-311 as the general norms and the Canon Law no. 312-326 as the specific norms.