We sometimes publish News items relating to events held elsewhere. Generally we do this when there is a clear link between the event and the mission of the Centre. So we would probably advertise an external event where a Xaverian is to be a guest speaker.
This unfortunately came in too late to make the Sunday News Letter.
Preston Faith Forum invite you to attend a vigil for those killed and injured in the terrorist attacks in New Zealand on Friday.
If you can attend it would be good to show your solidarity and defiance against the rise of hatred and violence. It is important to come together and declare that we will not be intimidated or divided.
Details Date: Monday 18th March 2019 Time: 6:30pm Location: Preston Flag Market (outside the Harris Library)
Shirley Russo is going to run the London Marathon to raise funds for the Jesuit Missions. She has taken on the challenge of raising £2000 for the missions and is training hard. If you see Shirley then give her your support. It is not easy to run a marathon.
An update on this event. Fr Xavier is going to speak at St Wilfrid’s Parish Centre in the afternoon and at the Xaverian Mission in the evening. He will present us with an interesting question “Is Leadership too important to be left to Leaders?”
It has been over a year since the Carmelites left Tabor and Margaret McNulty offered to set up firstname.lastname@example.org to keep people informed about what was happening with the sale, where groups were meeting and what retreats and events were being held.
Since the Xaverians have now settled in and the calendar is filling up the time has come to discontinue the friendsoftabor email as all the information can be found on the website and through the weekly updates.
Gillian Coxhead continues to offer Carmelite Spirituality days and a monthly prayer evening at the Convent.
Donna Worthington is also offering Retreat days and other events.
From time to time we may post about these events but if you want comprehensive information then please contact the appropriate organiser directly.
We want to take this opportunity to thank Margaret for her work in keeping the community informed.