Poland 10 – 14 September 2018

The Intercession for Priests is open to Bishops, priests and deacons only. The week goes from Monday morning to Friday lunch. It is strongly encouraged for priests to register. However, please note Priests do not have to register, though it is better if they do. They can come in when they choose, stay for as long as they want and leave when they wish. When present they are expected to take part in the spiritual exercises of the Intercession for Priests.

Daily Schedule (tentative)

Monday – Friday (Friday schedule ends at noon)

8:30      Breakfast

9:30      Morning Prayer (Divine Office) Intercession
10:15     Quiet Time – (for prayer, intercession and reflection in silence)
11:15      Coffee
11:45     Eucharist (on Tuesday and Thursday the Liturgy of the Anointing of
the Sick will be included for anyone who requests it).

1:00       Lunch (afterwards free for rest, recreation, etc.)

3:00      Sacrament of Reconciliation
3:30      Tea
4:00      Intercession

Monday:          for the grace of Repentance
Tuesday:          for Healing
Wednesday:  for Renewal of our Priesthood
Thursday:       for the needs of all Priests

5:30    Evening Prayer (Divine Office)
6:00    Supper
7:15    Rosary – followed by a talk

Theme For Each Day

Monday:          Repentance and Reconciliation
Tuesday:         Healing
Wednesday:  Priesthood and Eucharist
Thursday:       Mary The Mother of The Church
Friday:              Discipleship

Core Group

Rev. Kevin Scallon, C.M. All Hallows College, Grace Park Rd., Drumcondra,
Dublin 9, Ireland.

Fr. Bogdan Biela
ul. Miarkowej 15b/8, 41-709 Ruda Slaska 9, Poland.

Fr. Pawel Druszcz SDB
Piazza Ateneo Salesiano 1, 00139 Roma.

Fr. Wojciech Golubiewski OP
ul. Dominikanska 2, 02-741 Warszawa, Poland.

Fr. Michal Golubiewski OP
ul. Dominikańska 2, 02-741 Warszawa, Poland.

Fr. Tadeusz Skrzypczyk
ul. Mickiewicza 11, 44-240 Zory, Poland.

Fr. Andrzej Smolka SSCC
ul. Snopkowa 5, 52-225 Wroclaw.

Sr. Briege McKenna, OSC
PO Box 1559, Palm Harbor, FL 34682, USA

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