‘Soul Food’ Vocations Evening – Dublin

Date: 13 Apr 2015

Soul Food is an opportunity for men (aged 18-40) interested in religious life to come together for some prayer, a short talk, some discussion and some food!

It’s a relaxed, prayerful, and supportive environment.

It’s informal and, hopefully, helpful too!

Next Soul Food:

6.30pm, Monday, 13th April 2015, Presentation Brothers, Glasthule, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin.
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6.30pm, Friday, 17th April 2015, Presentation Brothers, Mardyke House, Mardyke, Cork city.
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Soul Food begins at 6.30pm and finishes at about 8.30pm.

We start with some pizza before praying the Evening Prayer of the Church. We usually read an article on discernment and discuss some of the themes and challenges it raises. Discerners usually find these articles very useful and thought provoking. We finish with Compline (Night Prayer).

If you’re interested in coming along, please send an e-mail to Brother Anthony at [email protected] or text/call him at 086-0898120.

Let us know if you’d like any more information!

What they’ve been saying about ‘Soul Food’:

“I’ve found this meeting to be very helpful. It’s good to meet other guys who are thinking about a religious vocation.”

“The articles are very good – the content helps me to move forward in my discernment process.”

“I like that it’s relaxed and there’s no pressure. It’s good to be able to stop and to pray.”