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Lenten Retreat 2024
The Eucharist: Medicine for the Soul

Mark your calendars and sign up now for the Fort Wayne Lenten Retreat!  We are still ironing out a few details, but we will have breakfast and lunch provided with coffee available all morning. Father Royce will be speaking and there will be discussion time and Eucharistic Adoration.

The morning will start with Mass in the St Vincent de Paul church at 8:15 am. This will end around 9:00 am and the retreat will then start in the Life Center building. We will have signs out. There will be breakfast and lunch provided and 2 talks on the Eucharist by Father Royce Gregerson, our chaplain. There will be Eucharistic Adoration after lunch. We expect the retreat to end about 2:30.

Please RSVP for the retreat so that we have a rough idea of how much food to arrange. Please come anyway even if you haven’t signed up ahead of time. Click HERE to RSVP. Click on Paypal link here or in the RSVP to pay ahead (preferred).

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