24th to 28th April, 2020
“Dialogue and Human Fraternity”
Join Vassula in Lebanon !
[Vassula will be participating in this forthcoming retreat in Lebanon during which there will be a special healing service. Registrations are now open. Please register as soon as possible as we are due to confirm to the hotel the number of rooms needed by the end of February.]
Vassula Ryden and the True Life in God Lebanon Association take pleasure in inviting you to join us on a retreat in Lebanon: a country where Christianity is almost as old as gentile Christian faith itself. This retreat will be a wonderful experience of spiritual uplifting, fellowship and love between Christians and representatives of other religions. We will also have the opportunity to visit the Shrine of Our Lady of Lebanon and the perpetual adoration chapel, as well as St. Charbel’s Tomb.
We will be staying at Notre Dame de Mont, located in the popular mountain village of Fatka, one of the most beautiful locations in the area, with a spectacular view providing a place of relaxation and peace.
The Hotel will accommodate 150 pilgrims. All those interested in joining the retreat are requested to register as soon as possible. Once we reach the expected number, we will not be able to accept further registrations. The last day of registration will be March 25th, 2020.
Our Retreat will commence in Beirut, with pilgrims arriving on Friday, April 24th. Pilgrims will depart for their respective countries on Tuesday, April 28th.
Double room (per person): 450 euro
Single room: 615 euro
Child 0-2.99yrs: FREE
(Children 3-11.99 years old: to be announced)
The above prices include: Accommodation, full board (breakfast, lunch, dinner), round trip transfer at Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport, excursions and transportation.
(The prices do not include: flights to and from Beirut, travel insurance, visa expenses, tips.)
Registrations and payments at: www.tlig.net/retreat
Please note that pilgrim’s passports must not contain stamps indicating they have been in Israel.
“Blessed are the peacemakers,
for they will be called sons of God.” Matthew 5:9