Don’t miss our young adult retreat focusing on countering consumerism! You will have the opportunity to meet like-minded people and reflect on how our faith can guide us to inspire change in the world. Discover how you can become an agent of change.
What will we cover?
Our essential questions of the retreat are:
What does it mean to be holy? And what does holiness have to do with climate change?
We will be guided by the words of Pope Francis. In his letter, Gaudete et Exsultate (Rejoice and Be Glad) he encourages us to open our eyes, ears and hearts, to be unsettled by the words of the Gospel and expand our often-limited horizons.
How will we counter consumerism?
We are invited to be the agents of change and challenge the culture of consumerism. It is our job to respond to the Pope’s profound invitation to care for our common home and find our own path to holiness. Through this retreat we can find out how we can be part of the movement that will slow climate change.
Who is the retreat for?
This retreat is specifically designed for young adults (aged 18-35) from all over England and Wales. There will be a range of engaging activities that will inspire and motivate you to help counter consumerism, as well as an opportunity to take a break from the busyness of everyday life and have fun!
How to register?
This event will be held at Salesian House, 47 Surrey Lane, Battersea, London SW11 3PN from 4pm on Friday 22nd until 2pm on Sunday 24th March. You do not want to miss this! The retreat is only £5 to cover the cost of food and accommodation over the weekend.