Session at Home of Meditation/Prayer and Study run by a 91 year old Retired Roman Catholic Priest

Thursday 12 November 14.30 – 15.30

At your home

A retired 91year old Roman Catholic Priest will be leading a session on Thursday 12 November from 2.30 – 3.30pm. All are welcome to participate from home knowing others will be participating in their homes at the same time. You may use the materials below, or adapt as you wish.

The session will include meditation or prayer and study.

Programme Timetable

2.30pm – 2.50pm Silent Meditation or Prayer

2.50pm – 3.10pm Study Session

The Priest will study Psalms 23, 16 and 103 (Psalm numbering according to The Catholic Bible)

http://www.catholic-bible.org/psalms/

Psalm 23 The Lord is My Shepherd…

http://www.catholic-bible.org/psalms/psalm-23.htm

Psalm 103 Bless the Lord, O my soul…

http://www.catholic-bible.org/psalms/psalm-103.htm

Psalm 16 Preserve me, O God…

http://www.catholic-bible.org/psalms/psalm-16.htm

Please feel welcome to study any religious text

3.10pm – 3.25pm Silent Meditation or Prayer

3.25pm – 3.30pm Prayer and Blessing

The Priest will recite The Lord’s Prayer which starts Our Father…

http://www.vatican.va/archive/ccc_css/archive/catechism/p4s2.htm

Please feel welcome to recite any Prayer or Chant

The Priest will recite as a Blessing a Benediction Prayer (The Bible, Numbers 6:24-26)

May the Lord Bless You  
And Keep You.
The Lord Make His Face Shine Upon You
And Be Gracious to You.
The Lord Turn His Face Towards You
And Give You Peace.
The Lord give His Holy Benediction
Amen.

https://www.learnreligions.com/benediction-may-the-lord-bless-you-700494

Please feel welcome to recite any Blessing

Event held by a 91 year old Retired Roman Catholic Priest
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Important information This activity is one which people are invited to join in with from home, knowing others will be doing so at the same time. This is not an online meeting.

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