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News around the diocese: post-abortion healing retreat, weekend for widowed/divorced, street evangelization ministry

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Retreat to Offer Post-Abortion Healing
SAN DIEGO — “A Time for Mercy,” a post-abortion healing retreat offered by the Rachel’s Vineyard ministry, will be held from Friday, March 10, to Sunday, March 12.

Open to women and men, the retreat offers a safe place to renew, rebuild and redeem hearts broken by abortion. Rachel’s Vineyard retreats are confidential and non-judgmental, offered in the Catholic tradition. Early registration is recommended as space is limited.

For more information, visit atimeformercy.org, call (951) 325-7702 or email RVTemecula@verizon.net.

Widowed, Divorced Invited to Healing Weekend
OCEANSIDE — Beginning Experience, an almost 50-year-old international ministry that helps the widowed, divorced and separated move beyond grief, will hold its next weekend retreat April 28 to 30.

It will be held at Prince of Peace Abbey in Oceanside, where organizers promise a supportive and caring environment with others who are going through or have gone through the same experiences.

The cost is $300, which covers individual rooms, food and materials. Scholarships are available for those in need.

For more information, email beginningexperiencesd@gmail.com or call (858) 748-2273 in English or (330) 607-8774 in Spanish.

Street Evangelization Brings Gospel to Public Square
SAN DIEGO — St. Paul Street Evangelization is a grassroots, nonprofit organization dedicated to taking the Gospel message to the streets.

Participants in the ministry do this in a non-confrontational way, allowing the Holy Spirit to move in the hearts of those who witness their public Catholic presence.

For more information or to get involved, visit streetevangelization.com, call (619) 515-3267 or email scb@procopio.com.

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