Annual Liturgy for Parents Whose Child Has Died
There is no loss like that of one's child. Parents whose children have died will experience grief that is harder, longer and more complicated than other bereaved people. In an effort to offer another step in the ongoing process of healing, the Family Life Office plans a Eucharistic Liturgy each spring for those whose children have died. During the mass, each child will be mentioned by name during the intercessions. A personal witness will be given after the mass.T Pre-registration is requested
Annual Retreat Day for Bereaved Parents
Cost: $25.00 per person or 40 per couple
For more info contact 973-497-4327 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Surviving Divorce: A 3 Day Retreat
Hope and Healing for the Catholic Family
The Archdiocese of Newark is sponsoring a 3 day retreat for the separated/divorced. Each session runs from 9am to 1pm. Each day features a different presentations that cover topics of shock, denial, anger, grief, guilt, forgiveness and much more. The itinerary includes video presentations and small group discussions. Participants will hear personal testimonies of Catholic men and women who have experienced the breakdown of their families who witness to the healing power of Christ in their lives. Whether you were divorced ten days ago or ten years ago, this program offers valuable insight & support. Refreshments & lunch will be provided at each session. We are also offering a fourth optional session on Saturday, December 7th covering related topics such as: dealing with the family & children, finances, & moving forward. The cost of the entire retreat is $20.00 and includes the cost of the personal guide book, refreshments & lunch.
Retrouvaille: A Lifeline for Married Coples
The Retrouvaille Program helps couples struggling in their marriage to put the pieces of their marriage back together and rebuild loving relationships. It is a Christian program, Catholic in origin, and couples of all faiths or no faith background are encouraged to attend. It is primarily a practical program about improving communication, building a stronger marriage, and helping couples rediscover the love they had for each other. See the website for more details: www.HelpOurMarriage.com