Quiet Day at Home

Welcome to: 

Christmas Revisited

an Advent Quiet Day

Welcome and introduction to the retreat (video stream: 15 min)

Quiet Day Planner with suggested times (you may adapt these)

  • 09.30h Welcome and Introduction to the retreat (video stream: 15 min)

  • 10.00h Morning Prayer (video stream: 13 min)

  • 10.15h Christmas Revisited Part 1: Serendipity (video stream: 42 min approx)

  • 11.00h Free time for personal reflection (resources provided)

       

       Lunch break

  • 13.30h Christmas Revisited Part 2: Homecoming (video stream: 42 min approx)

  • 14.10h Free time for personal reflection (resources provided)

  • 16.00h Evening Prayer (video stream: 10 min)

Resources

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Quiet Day Resources 1

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Please, click on the PDF symbols to download the resource documents.

Quiet Day Resources 2

Morning Prayer - suggested time 10.00h (UK time) (video stream 13 mins)

10.30h Address 1. Christmas Revisited Part 1: Serendipity (video stream: 42 min)

Speaker: Daniel Muñoz

13.30h Address 2. Christmas Revisited Part 2: Homecoming (video stream: 42 min)

Speaker: Daniel Muñoz

16.00h Evening Prayer (video stream: 10 min)

 

Live Chat Area

 

 

 

 

Daniel

Thank you all for your comments and shared reflections. Have a blessed Advent and Christmas. 

4 days ago

 

Hilary Spong

So much to reflect on and ponder over.
After our morning prayer readings this morning it raised my spirits considerably.
Wishing you a meaningful advent,
and a wonderful celebration of the coming of Emmanuel again at Christmas - 
great sermon material
too !
Thank you again. .  

4 days ago

 

Joyce Jones

Thank you for a very helpful day.  I’ve been reminded that God is with us through all the ups and downs of life.

4 days ago

 

Jane

Dear Daniel and Guy,
Thank you for another enriching and inspiring retreat day.
Jane Wright London

4 days ago

 

Guy

🔔 the zoom room is now open, and we will start the session at 16.30

4 days ago

 

Jane & Tanya

Thank you for a very thought provoking day and a wonderful start to Advent. We were particularly awestuck by the Host Of Angels art work. It felt like we were there! We wish you a blessed Advent and Christmas.

4 days ago

 

Ian

What about using the 'modern' word 'embedded' as expressing at Christmastide the presence of God with us?  The implications of that notion might include a deeper awareness of God sharing life with us.

4 days ago

Eleri

Bless you Daniel for leading us through a wonderful  day of reflection. It was just what was needed and, as always, your preparations were superb. Praying you are richly blessed through this season of waiting. Eleri

4 days ago

 

Pat

A beautiful presentation and lovely home-coming. Gratias Deo.  

4 days ago

 

Guy

🔔 The zoom room will open in around 15 mins

4 days ago

 

Carolina Cary

I always find these quiet days inspiring and this preparation for Christmas is lovely with the great appreciation you gave to Our Lady and your bringing to life the excitement for both humble Shepherds and the magisterial Magi of finding the baby Jesus mysteriously divine in such a tiny being!

4 days ago

 

Daniel

Thanks for this, Carolina. I'm glad you found the day spiritually nourishing. Hope all is well in the Lecrín Valley. Blessings from the Costa.

4 days ago

 

Angela

Thank you so much for today and for all your preparations in order to bring it to us.  God bless you both.
I was expecting in this time of preparation for Christmas to be calm and ready but now I am unsettled in just the right way. Thank you.

4 days ago

Dilys and Michael

Thank you Daniel and Guy for another inspiring retreat day -particularly the wonderful art to reflect on. Advent is such a special season to be thankful for. Dilys and Michael

4 days ago

 

Daniel

Many thanks for this, Dilys and Michael. So glad you could join us from Marlow today. Blessings from Benalmádena

4 days ago

 

Guy

🔔 Please join us for Evening Prayer in 10 minutes

4 days ago

 

Ian

Dear Dani and Guy
Thank you so much again.  Like your interest in Bob Marley, I have been intrigued by the words of Leonard Cohen in his song Come Healing of how the "Heart beneath is teaching to the broken Heart above' and just how vital that communication is for us in these trouble times - I feel it takes us into the Christmas narratives in a special way.

4 days ago

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