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This year, the APCs learnt silence, listening to God with their hearts …
The APCs held their annual retreat in St Paul House of Prayer this year ….
Fifteen members attended the 3-
A memorable and enriching weekend for the 18 Taiwan and Hong Kong APCs …
The APCs are now well aware of the themes of the four weeks of Advent ….
A pilgrimage was a journey of repentance and returning to God ….
Working alongside the Sisters in book displays
Learning and growing
Bonding and sharing
Pauline Cooperators Retreat 2021 (June 4 -
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Pauline Cooperators have not gone for a religious retreat for the past two years. As the epidemic started to slow down in March, we decided to take a 3-
After a lapse of three years, we came to the House of Prayer for a treat again. Hong Kong has changed much, but the House of Prayer is still so peaceful and quiet. At the beginning of the retreat, one of the St. Paul Sisters introduced to us the facilities of the hostel, including the Healing Journey Labyrinth, the Virgin Mary Grotto and the lily pond in the garden. The theme of this retreat was "A paralytic was cured by Jesus (Mk 2:1-
The second talk was divided into two sessions. Fr. Tan reminded us not to be a person whose soul was paralyzed. The soul paralysis came from our weakness, self-
After the talk, we divided into small groups to share our reflections and feedback with one another. We also had adequate time specifically set aside for personal prayer, meditation and contemplation during the retreat.
Thanks the Lord for a good retreat. It gave us great pleasure to come together to listen to one another and share our thoughts within our own group. However, we still need to strive for the well-
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