Monday, March 28, 2011

My Blog is New, My Followers Few

My Blog is New,
My Followers Few,
I'm guessing this is nothing new,
But Just in case you have not heard,
I'll doing my part to spread the word:

Faith&Family Mom's Day Away  on Saturday, April 2.

Time is almost running out, but you can still register!

For those of you who would like a little more information about the event before registering, or for those of you who are coming but would like to know more about what to expect, I thought I would post our schedule for the day.

Faith and Family “Mom’s Day Away” Schedule

8:00-9:00 Gathering/ Sign–in/ Coffee & Light Breakfast

9:00 Welcome /Introductions

9:15 Morning Prayer

9:30 “One ‘Yes’ at a Time” – Danielle Bean

10:00 Small Group discussions (at tables)

10:20 Large Group discussions (whole group)

10:30 Break                          

10:45  “Letting Go of Fear Can Change Your Life” – Jennifer Fulwiler

11:15 Small Group discussions

11: 35 Large Group discussions

11:45  “Connecting with Christ in Confession and Adoration” -  Special Guest, Fr. Chip Hines

12:00pm Lunch
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            Confession (Fr. Chip)     Optional    

1:00 Adoration  Optional

1:30 Rosary Optional

2:00 Gift Giveaways/Break

2:15 "You Too Can Be a Saint!" - Rachel Balducci

2:45  Small Group discussions

3:05  Large Group discussions
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            Confessions (Parish Priests)   Optional

3:20 Reflections on the Day

3:40 Closing Prayer & Dismissal

4:00  Parish Vigil Mass*  Optional, Main Church
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*Those attending Mass may leave coats and conference materials at their tables until the end of Mass. If you do not wish to attend Mass at this time, you may enjoy quiet conversation in the Hall until 5pm.

I hope I will see you there!

2 comments:

  1. Mom's day away sounds amazing. I wish you all the best. Don't give up on your followers, I have a feeling they will increase. I am sharing your blogs with a friend who was teaching a friend to pray the liturgy of the hours. I am still on training wheels with my iPhone.

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  2. Oh, I'm not giving up. I see a slow but steady increase in page views even if my stuff isn't the sort that generates tons of comments. Good luck with the iPhone office. Feel free to ask any question you have about how the prayers should go if you are not sure. Use any comment box.
    Thanks Debbie for the encouragement.

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