Author : Mercy Maina

“Reading Your Own Book”: Inside the St. John Paul II Sabbatical Program

In a fast-paced world where the demands of daily life can drain one’s physical, psychological, emotional, and spiritual reserves, a sanctuary of respite and self-discovery beckons. The St. John Paul II Sabbatical Program isn’t just a program; it’s an invitation to embark on a journey of profound self-exploration and renewal, a journey akin to reading […]

21st Session in Progress

The 21st session of the St. John Paul II Sabbatical Program commenced on August 7 with 30 participants-23 Priests, 2 Brothers, and 5 Sisters. The participants are drawn from 10 Dioceses and 8 Congregations in 5 countries-Kenya (23), Cameroon (4), Zambia (1), Ghana (1), and South Africa (1). The represented Dioceses are Kenya’s Catholic Diocese […]

From Burnout to Renewal: Reflections of St. John Paul II Sabbatical Program’s 20th Session Participants

Started in August 2013, the St. John Paul II Sabbatical Program is a renewal and ongoing formation program that has emerged as a transformative journey for Priests and Religious seeking renewal, personal growth, and spiritual development. Through an extensive four-month experience, participants from diverse backgrounds have found solace, introspection, and a renewed sense of purpose. […]

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