A retreat on our Lord’s Eucharistic presence at Our Lady of Hope Retreat Centre.
Father Andrew Handrahan will lead this retreat the weekend of January 20-22, 2023, reflecting on the Lord’s presence among us in the Eucharist and our response to this sacred gift of the Lord to His Church.
To register, please call 902-621-2385 or 902-388-1952.
The cost for the weekend is $195.00 for single registrants and $295.00 for couples.
Arrival time is 6 to 6:30 PM on Friday, retreat begins promptly at 7 PM.
Due to low numbers at pre-registration this weekend had to be cancelled
Our understanding of a Grandparent is that of an Elder who through their lived experiences pass on important values, beliefs and ideals to future generations.
We wish to recognize and celebrate your wisdom and love in this retreat weekend.
In this guided retreat there will be some quiet time along with prayer meditation time to reground yourself in what really matters bringing you back to who you are and the God that created you.
In this way you will deepen your awareness of your beautiful and sacred self within the context of your sacred history.
In the words of St. Ignatius of Loyola, your true self is “to desire an interior knowledge of all the good I have received, so that acknowledging this with gratitude, I may be able to love and serve our Loving and Compassionate God in everything”.
You will be guided by a team made up of Julia Donahoe-MacDougald, Fr. John Lacey, and Gilles Michaud.
Cost for the week end retreat:
Single room: $170.00
Double per room/ married couple: $255.00
Because of the pandemic and its physical distance guidelines we are limited in the number of participants that will be accepted. To register please contact: Earla and Martin Avery at Our Lady of Hope Retreat Centre
It is a rare occasion when the Apostolic Nuncio makes a visit to an individual Diocese. But this is precisely what is occurring in Charlottetown during the early part of June, 2017.
“I am pleased to announce that the Most Reverend Luigi Bonazzi, the Apostolic Nuncio to Canada, will be visiting the Diocese of Charlottetown during the period, June 10-13, 2017”, stated Bishop Richard Grecco. “It will be an honour to have his Excellency visit with us during these several days.”
The Apostolic Nuncio is the Ambassador of the Vatican to the Government of Canada and is also the Papal Nuncio (representative of the Holy Father) to the Roman Catholic Dioceses of Canada. Archbishop Bonazzi has been a member of the diplomatic service of the Holy See for more than 35 years. He has served as Apostolic Nuncio to several other countries such as Cuba, Lithuania and Estonia, and most recently Latvia. It was in late 2013 that he was appointed Apostolic Nuncio to Canada, and officially arrived in Canada in February 2014.
The Diocese of Charlottetown feels blessed that the Apostolic Nuncio has decided to come for this special visit. It is almost forty years ago that the previous Apostolic Nuncio, Most Reverend Angelo Palmas, visited the Diocese. Archbishop Bonazzi’s visit will be a memorable time in the history of our Diocese.
For further information about the Apostolic Nuncio or his visit please contact the Diocesan Centre at 902-368-8005 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To all parishioners across PEI: You are Invited to Our Lady of Hope Retreat Centre – OPEN HOUSE – 67 Reid Rd Bayview near Stanley Bridge, Sunday June 11, from 2 pm to 5 pm, A Brief Inaugural Ceremony at 3 p m. Everyone is welcome… come see the beauty of this new Diocesan Centre – Refreshments included