Malvern Retreat House
Divine Mercy Retreat
"Divine Mercy in the Year of Faith!"
April 5-7, 2013
Immerse yourself in the grace of
Christ’s Divine Mercy
during this weekend retreat at
the beautiful Malvern Retreat House,
St. Joseph’s in the Hill’s,
in Malvern, PA,
April 5-7, 2013;
Culminating in the
Feast of Divine Mercy Sunday!
Reverend Stephen DeLacy will lead the retreat and focus his reflections on the Message of God’s Mercy to St. Faustina & in the Catholic Tradition in relation to the Year of Faith. In addition we will have a one-woman drama on the life of St. Faustina by Nancy Scimone, presentations by Brian Gail and Mother Jacinta Miryam, SSCJ, along with an introduction to the Eucharistic Apostles of Divine Mercy. First Friday & First Saturday Devotions, a reflective rosary walk to the New Our Lady of Fatima Shrine, private adoration times and, above all, celebration of the Feast of Mercy on Sunday, April 7th!
Singing at Saturday's Mass by the Archdiocesan Boy's Choir of Philadelphia!
To learn more about this choir, visit http://archboychoir.org/homepage.html.
Presenters, Reflections & Devotions:
Reverend Stephen DeLacy is the school minister at Pope John Paul II High School and has also served at Archbishop Carroll High School and SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in West Chester. His generous spirit of joyful giving is as infectious as his homilies are inspiring!
Saint Faustina-Messenger of Mercy: A One-woman Drama on the Life of Saint Faustina performed by Classically-trained singer and actress, Nancy Scimone. Nancy has performed in concert halls and churches and has composed a melody of the Chaplet used at the National Shrine of Divine Mercy & the National Basilica in DC. For a write-up from a past performance of the drama click here.
Mother Jacinta Miryam Hanley, SSCJ, is a Sister Servant of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus (founded in Krakow, Poland) & the Order’s Provincial for their Province in America.
Brian J. Gail is a Knight of the Immaculate, a family man, a co-founder of three Catholic classical academies, a patent holder, and a highly sought-after speaker on matters of faith and family. He is the author of Fatherless, Motherless, & Childless — a trilogy that traces the impact of the "contraceptive mentality" on American society and the Catholic Church.
Intro to the Eucharistic Apostles of Divine Mercy.
Both the First Friday Devotions to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the First Saturday Devotions to the Immaculate Heart of Mary will be observed. Devotions will include a reflective rosary walk to the New Our Lady of Fatima Shrine on the retreat grounds, private adoration times, Divine Mercy Chaplet, quiet time and, above all, the Celebration of the Feast of Mercy on Sunday, April 7th!
Our Retreat will be held in Our Lady’s Hall and Chapel with rooming in Assumption and Immaculate Conception Halls. Meals will be in the Memorial Hall Dining Room.
Plan to arrive on Friday, April 5th between 4:30-6:30 PM to register. Dinner will be served approximately 6:45PM.
We will have the introduction to the retreat along with the first conference/reflection and Mass.
On Divine Mercy Sunday, April 7th, we will have Mass followed by a light lunch, presentations and devotions at 3PM for the Feast Day!
Please register online here or contact Malvern at 610-644-0400
Retreat Weekend for Men, Women, and Young Adults
$200 per person with all meals, $60 non-refundable deposit due with registration
Contact Retreat Captain, Michael Wallacavage, at 484-947-4975