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2022 Spring Sabbatical at Mercy by the Sea

May 19, 2021
By Sister Ruth Battaglia, CSA

If you are longing for the “something more”, are exhausted from the demands of ministry, or are looking to refocus life and refresh your relationship with God, you are invited to join Mercy by the Sea for a sacred time of renewal, rest and reflection. Trusting that God is at work in our lives and is as close to us as our hearts, this sabbatical will be self-directed with guidance from a staff mentor. There will be the time needed to listen to the voice of Another in beauty, simplicity and freedom. This sabbatical is limited to eight persons who will enjoy sweeping views of Long Island Sound from Seascape, a separate but elegant house on the grounds of Mercy by the Sea. The cost of the Sabbatical is $5,400 which includes a $300 non-refundable deposit. Applications are due on or before October 15, 2021.


Click here for full details and registration information.

 

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