Experiencing Good Friday

This event will be held in the Emmaus Centre, Swords, on Friday, 19th April.

The day will begin with tea/coffee at 10.00am, followed by the ritual at 10.30am.

Participants will be invited into a reflective space that will include some time for quiet, personal prayer.



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Christmas Greetings

Wishing all our members and friends a very Happy Christmas and Healthy New Year. These days I have lots of little visitors to my garden and thisLet Christmas card was inspired by one little visitor that I snapped today.

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Giving Birth to Jesus

We are preparing to celebrate the birth of Jesus in a stable in Bethlehem. What does this actually mean to us? Is this something that happened 2000 years ago when Mary gave birth to the Son of God or how relevant is it to our lives today? Is it just something we remember at Christmas time?

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Christmas Invitation

Christmas 2018 is almost upon us, and the pace of our lives seems to be
constantly speeding up. I would like to invite you to come and have a Tea/Coffee and some light
refreshments on Tuesday 18th December (details below). It will be a chance simply to chat and listen to one another, reminisce a little and maybe we’ll put some of your favourite carols on C.D. playing in the background.

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Timirí Annual Gathering 2018

Timirí will hold its Annual Gathering in Emmaus Retreat Centre, Swords, Co. Dublin on Saturday, 17th November from 2.30 – 6.00pm. Our theme for the day is “Listening to the Cry of the Earth; Listening to the Cry of the Poor”.
We are already experiencing the effects of climate change including deadly heat waves, extreme weather events, and threats to life on earth. There is no denying that human activities, including the burning of fossil fuels and the destruction of our natural environment, is a major cause of global warming.

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Remembering the dead is a true celebration of life.

During the month of November we remember our loved ones who have passed from this life. Each of us has very personal memories of our loved ones and we remember them in our own way. We visit their graves and bring flowers. We mark their anniversaries with memorial Masses, dinners or celebrations.

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