Welcome another year with prayers for peace
As this year comes to a close, the Franciscan Sisters of Little Falls invite you to join them for the following events:
* A 24-Hour Vigil of Prayer and Fast for Peace
will be held on Tuesday, December 30, 6 p.m. - Wednesday, December 31, 6 p.m. Sign-up for an hour to pray for world peace and reconciliation during this 24-hour period. This hour of prayer could take place in your church, your home or any place where you can pray. Persons 65+ are not encouraged to fast from food. Decide for yourself what form your fasting will take. We will keep a list of those who will be praying during this 24-hour period. For more information, or to join the Franciscan Sisters in prayer during this 24-Hour Vigil, sign-up for a particular hour by calling (320)632-0668 or email: email@example.com
. The 24-Hour Vigil of Prayer and Fast event will conclude with a New Year’s Eve Prayer Service, to which all are invited…
* A closing New Year’s Eve Prayer Service
will be held on Wednesday, December 31, 7 p.m., in Sacred Heart Chapel, St. Francis Convent, Little Falls. The theme for this service is Year-End Prayer for World Peace: Many Voices—Same Prayer. With a strong belief in the power of prayer, and as we mark the end of another calendar year, join us as we spend time reflecting on and praying to our God of Peace for the hope of peace in our world. For more information on the New Year’s Eve Prayer Service, please call (320)632-0668 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Art and Heart of the Spiritual Journey
January 26 (9:30 a.m.) – January 30 (4 p.m.)
St. Francis Hall, St. Francis Convent
The Franciscan Sisters of Little Falls extend an open invitation for you to participate in the retreat, The Art and Heart of the Spiritual Journey, which will be held January 26 (9:30 a.m.) – January 30 (4 p.m.) at St. Francis Convent, Little Falls.
Presenter Franciscan Father Albert Haase, OFM, will base this retreat on his best-selling book and DVD, “Catching Fire, Becoming Flame—A Guide for Spiritual Transformation.” Haase will share how the spiritual journey is the process of being transformed into the image of Christ for the sake of others. Retreatants will focus on the process of transformation and important aspects such as the image of God, resisting temptation, living in the present moment and the challenge of forgiveness. Haase has ministered as a preacher, teacher, spiritual director, missionary and author of eight books on popular spirituality. He is also co-host of Spirit and Life, a radio show on the Relevant Radio Network.
For more information or to register by January 9, 2015, contact the Franciscan Life Center at (320)632-0668 or email@example.com.