MANILA, March 20, 2013—The Notre Dame de Vie (NDV) School of Spirituality has announced its program for the summer intended for persons engaged in spiritual formation, education, pastoral work or Christian community building.
Aimed to contribute to the on-going formation of contemplative apostles, the course is based on Sacred Scriptures, Church doctrine, and the teachings of the Carmelite masters: St. Teresa of Avila, St. John of the Cross, St. Therese of the Child Jesus, and Venerable Marie-Eugene of the Child Jesus, OCD, founder of NDV Institute.
Participants for the course may be diocesan priests, consecrated persons or lay leaders recommended by the local Ordinary, Superior, Rector and/or Parish Priest (for lay leaders).
Delving on the topic “The Path that Leads to the Mystery of God” (see Porta Fidei #10), the summer program will be held at the NDV Center of Solitude for Asia in Encanto, Angat, Bulacan from May 15 to 29.
Aside from lectures and workshops, the program includes liturgical celebrations, personal silent prayer, days of recollection and solitude, exchange, recreations, etc.
The summer course has Cebu Archbishop Jose S. Palma as Program Director and is offered in a two-week stay-in program with sessions held from Monday morning to Saturday noon.
Interested participants are expected to contribute a share of PHP13,000 only for the two-week program. Accepted participants shall be asked to pay a nonrefundable reservation fee of PHP3,000 which shall be deducted from the PHP13,000 fee. Financial assistance may be available upon submitting a written request and explaining the reason for the need.
Deadline for application is April 20, 2013. For further information, please contact Ms. Glory Reonal by email (email@example.com) or call up 0947-352-3043. Details and application forms may also be obtained from the Secretariat (firstname.lastname@example.org). (CBCPNews)