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Silent Retreat in Carmelite Spirituality

22 participants found themselves spiritually enlightened, rejuvenated and transformed after attending a stay-in silent retreat at Eastwood Valley Golf & Country Club Resort from 22 to 24 September. The first of its kind organized by St Joseph’s Parish Miri, the retreat in Carmelite spirituality was conducted by Fr Chin Sin Wee from Taiwan Hsinchu parish.

Themed ‘The Life of Prayer – a journey of experiencing God and Commitment & Carmelite Spirituality’, the retreat program consists of daily morning prayer followed by meditation and Mass celebration, talks, quiet time, confession and counseling, nightly adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and scripture-based sharing from participants.












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That desiring to know what God has to say to you personally is the most important thing in the world. There are many who go through their whole life without ever wishing to know this and so remain ignorant of the things of God and who is God and what would He have them do; to their great detriment.
A personal message from our Bishop, sharing his thoughts and reflections on the word of God together with you on this journey of faith.

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