St.  Catherine Celebration of Marriage
Saturday, February 2, 2019
Reception following, in Victoria Hall

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St. Catherine Women’s Retreat
w/ Victoria Ries - Fall 2019
at The Palisades Retreat Center

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Meeting Jesus in the
Gospel of John

An Eight-Part Bible Study
Featuring Dr. Edward Sri

 Meeting Jesus in the Gospel of John

Being Catholic takes more than simply believing in God or doing what He asks of us. Jesus wants you to be more than just a believer—he wants you to be his disciple and friend. To help you answer this call to deeper friendship with Christ.

When:  Wednesdays from 1/9/2019 thru 2/27/2019

 9:30AM OR 7:00PM.

Where: St. Matthew's Parish
Mornings- Center Library

Evenings- Community Center Conference Room

 For more information contact:
Sara Lane at 206.334.5350-  or
Maureen Sloane 206.419.7695
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St. Anne House of Prayer
1305 1st Ave W, Seattle WA 98119 • 206-282-0223




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Volunteering with Volunteer Services of Catholic Community Services of Western Washington


Each year over 12,000 volunteers across Western Washington roll up their sleeves and join with CCS to serve their neighbors in need in a meaningful, impactful way.
For example, a team of CCS Volunteer Services volunteers from Home Depot came together to revitalize Elizabeth’s home and pull together in service in a meaningful, impactful way.
Are you looking for ways to help others in your community? Do you have a group of friends or coworkers seeking a volunteer project?


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What is a retreat?

A retreat is a physical and spiritual pause from daily life. Although a retreat can be restful, it differs from a vacation in that its primary purpose is to grow deeper in relationship with God.

Why attend a retreat?

Retreats are an integral part of our Catholic faith. In fact, the Church encourages Catholics to make a retreat at least once per year. They provide a healthy opportunity to disconnect from the pressures of everyday life and reconnect with God.

What happens during a retreat?

Our weekend retreats begin with dinner on Friday evening and conclude with lunch on Sunday morning. The weekend typically includes presentations from the retreat leader and opportunities for Mass and confession, as well as ample free time for rest, prayer, and reflection. Reprinted with permission.

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