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Uploaded by ACTS Missions on Jan 21, 2011

An ACTS retreat is a Catholic lay experience that brings new life to parishes and the faithful. No matter the strength of your parish, there is always a need for greater spirituality, ministry involvement, and lay participation. ACTS helps generate this renewed spirit by bringing parishioners to a new and deeper relationship with God, while building a greater sense of community. And the good news is that ACTS Missions will bring the retreat to your parish turnkey, and at no cost. Contact ACTS Missions today to learn more about this powerful and enduring personal conversion experience that will benefit you and your Parish.


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  1. Leo McLean
    1 year ago

    I recently made an ACTS retreat and found it rewarding although surprising in some respects. All my previous retreats were preached retreats for groups or private directed retreats led by priests. Priests said Masses, heard confessions and participated in some other ACTS retreat activities, and there were recognizable characteristics of Ignatian spirituality, especially in the retreat follow-up activity. The ACTS retreats were planned by lay leaders and almost all presentations were made by laymen. There were twice as many team members as retreatants.

    I have heard some surprisingly vigorous criticism before and after my retreat from people who seem shocked that ACTS is a lay organization. They seem to believe a lay-led retreat is not a "real" retreat. Please enlighten me.

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