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Friends,

 i wanted to call these tems to your attention:

The St. Josemaria Institute provides abundant free resources for your ongoing formation. Two recent offerings:

1.  "A Spiritual Toolkit on the Vocation to Marriage"   This is especially valuable for dating couples who are contemplating marriage.

2.  Also, for those unable to attend in person, they offer monthly recollection packages. Here is one for July. 
                                                          Upcoming  Recollections                           .  .                                                                            
                             
Wednesday, July 21 , 8 p.m. and Aug 18  (young professionals)

                                                   Monday, Aug 9, 7:30 p.m.
                                                   Thursday, Aug 12 , 7:30 p.m.
                                                    Saturday, Aug 14, 7:30 a.m

At The Heights School: mornings of recollection will be held on Saturday, Aug 14 and 21, starting at 8:15 am and ending with Holy Mass. 
                                               
Items of Interest:

Wyoming House is sponsoring a Fatherhood Conference for young men this Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Kirby Center, entitled "Think Like a Father Now." 

On Saturday afternoon, July 31, there will be a "Dating and Marriage Prep" conference for a mixed audience of Catholic singles at the CIC, featuring Jennifer and Ken Sypal, with a social afterwards. There is no charge. 


Texas "Family Enrichment" recorded a celebrated talk by marriage therapist Doug Hinderer on the topic: "Solving Conflict in Marriage."   His website, "Happy Marriage for Life, also offers virtual marital workshops. 

Our annual Reston Family Picnic has returned, with fun for all ages!  Mark your calendar: Saturday, Sept 11, in the park behind our center, from 1 to 5. 

Bishop Robert Barron delivered a thought-provoking talk on how to break out of our prison of subjectivity and self-invention by returning to objective moral values.. 


 

 
                      Wishing you and your family an enjoyable and enriching summertime. 
 
 

Daryl Glick
Reston Study Center
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