WORDS OF ENCOURAGEMENT DURING DIFFICULT TIMES
Do not anticipate the unpleasant events of this life by anxiety; rather anticipate them with the perfect hope that, as they happen, God, to whom you belong, will protect you. He has protected you up to the present moment; just remain firmly in the hands of His providence and He will help you in all situations and at those times when you find yourself unable to walk, He will carry you.
St. Francis de Sales
Retreat at Wellspring
Saturday, September 12, 2020
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Theme: Being Still
We began the year 2020 reflecting on letting "stillness"
become our way of being, living and acting. As we have
faced the many challenges of this year, being still has helped
us to know our challenges and face them without fear or anxiety. Being still enables us to be more of what we can be,
what we are made to be, what God calls us to be.
Join us as we strive to "be still" and continue
to focus on what is important and move into the future
with confidence in divine providence.
Wellspring is a Catholic Center for Spirituality owned and operated by the Missionaries of St. Francis de Sales on fourteen acres of wooded property in Whitehouse, Texas. The purpose of the center is to offer spiritual growth opportunities such as retreats, spiritual direction and bible studies and to promote contemplative spirituality. Along with our weekly activities, Wellspring offers retreats to individuals, couples and groups. Both day and overnight retreats are offered. There are scheduled retreats at Wellspring throughout the year. Groups and individuals are invited to schedule private retreats. Fr. Augustine Tharappel (Fr. Gus) guides the group retreats at Wellspring and is available for spiritual direction for individuals on retreat. An oasis of peace and tranquility is available to all who come to Wellspring to meditate and spend time in retreat.