Should Scots Catholics Support Forthcoming “Couple Retreat”?editor
19-20 July, Glasgow
Turnbull Hall Glasgow University Catholic Chaplaincy
13-15 Southpark Terrace G12 8LG
Happy relationships don’t grow on trees – Inspire your Marriage!
The “I+YOU=WE” couple retreat, consisting of lectures,
workshops and individual dialogue, will lead you
through the six steps from routine to joy in marriage
£70 per couple includes:
– detailed teaching materials
– tea/coffee and refreshments
– lunch and dinner
– e-coaching after programme
Retreat Master: Fr Jarosław (“Jay”) Szymczak,
Institute of the Holy Family, Warsaw, Poland
For more information and to register contact Anna and Armin at:
If anyone feels motivated to go along to this course 19th – 20th July please feel free to report back to us – we’d be more than interested to publish your findings, good and/or bad.
After a fairly quick skim however, I think it’s safe to say that anyone who clicks on the link to the Family Support Foundation website and studies the content of the courses for both the engaged and those serving life sentences (!) in marriage, there are several danger signals. Can you spot them? Or, is this a course that Scots Catholics might comfortably support? Should we encourage couples, married and those who are engaged to be married, to attend?