We at Galilee are putting your safety first. We are and will remain fully up to date with all COVID safety requirements. The Quiet Garden is open for visits and the Centre will remain closed to groups until September when we hope to welcome you back.
Our Quiet Garden is now open. Visits by arrangement info@galilee,ie.
‘Welcome Back’ Afternoon of Reflection.
Saturday, 8th August, 2.00-4.00pm.
A time of reflection and blessing, followed by bring-your-own picnic!
This event will be weather dependent, and we will need to limit numbers, so please let us know you are coming. firstname.lastname@example.org
Toilets will not be available.
Online Book Club: Theology and Ecology in Dialogue with the Wisdom of Laudato Sí
Would you like to know more about the Christian response to climate change? Join us for this 6 week book club with author and theologian Fr Dermot Lane. Beginning August 12th, 7.30pm. To register email email@example.com (not Galilee). No previous knowledge required.
Pastoral Reflection for People in Ministry: Individual and Groups.
Personal Pastoral Reflection and support is available in person and via Zoom. Please contact Anne: Director@Galilee.ie.
A pastoral reflection group will begin in September via Zoom. Numbers limited. This group will meet once a month for ministry reflection and support. If interested please contact Anne: Director@Galilee.ie.
Coming up when we’re back…
The Spirituality of Recovery: A Practical day for Families Affected by Addiction
With Mr Sean Harty
Spirituality is a personal search for meaning in life, for connection with all things and for the experience of a power beyond oneself. This day of reflection and support will allow us all to express and discuss the importance of spirituality and Addiction Recovery. Shared experiences and mutual respect for each other will allow this day to take us on a journey.
€20 per person or €25 per couple. €10 unwaged including lunch.
Sean Harty is an Accredited Addiction Counsellor and Clinical Supervisor with Addiction Counsellors of Ireland. He is also serving as Chairperson of this organisation for the past four years. Sean is a graduate of NUIG and LIT Limerick. He is an advocate for all mental health services and engages with Government to have the best services possible for those who require professional help.
Herb and Flower Growing for Healthy Living
With Richard Kennedy
Richard begin this course in March and he will be back!
Cost €5, including materials and refreshments. This series will be relaxed, fun and practical – with time for planting and growing.
Richard Kennedy is both a gardening expert and owner or Courtdale Horticulture and a Christian lay minister. He will combine these roles to lead us in a Lenten journey of discovery in the world of gardening and spirituality.
Caring for the Carers
With Mary O’Connor and Ian Neylon
Exploring the emotional reality of caring for a relative at home, and finding ways to resource yourself for this task. This will be a time to refresh yourself, to meet, share and learn from other carers and an opportunity to support and resource each other.
€10 including lunch. Places limited, booking essential. All welcome
Mary has worked in spirituality, human development and facilitation for many years. Ian was a Marist brother for thirty years and qualified in Osteopathy, Naturopathy and counselling. Mary and Ian, returned to Boyle in 2009 to care for her mother who died in 2019.
Day for families who have experienced the loss of a baby before or after birth.
With Ms Ann Charlton, chaplain of the Rotunda Hospital and Dr Anne Francis
A gentle time to explore your experience (recent or past) in a safe and healing environment. A spiritual approach to grief, loss and life. All welcome, from any faith background and none.
€20 per person or €25 per couple. €10 unwaged. Including lunch. Over 18’s. Places limited, booking essential firstname.lastname@example.org 071-966-4101.
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With Ian Neylon and Mary O’Connor
Letting Mary, mother of Jesus, emerge from scripture in a new light.
Learning from her, how to engage in the opportunity and challenge, that she holds out to us, in opening our lives to God and humanity today. €5. All Welcome.
Mary has worked in spirituality, human development and facilitation for many years in the UK. Ian was a Marist brother for thirty years and qualified in Osteopathy, Naturopathy and counselling.
with Sr Finola Cunnane. Details to follow.