We invite people of all faiths to “Come away and rest awhile (Mark 6:31)” in an atmosphere of silence and solitude. Retreats can be for a few days, a few weeks, or a longer sabbatical.
In July, 2020, we celebrated the 25th Anniversary of Holy Hill. We put up a display of photographs from the building years, accompanied by a series of charming cartoons drawn by our friend Clare Lynch. Because of Covid, our celebration was limited to 30 people, so we kept the display through the next year of isolation. Now we can invite anyone who has been vaccinated to come and celebrate with us belatedly. Bishop John Fleming will celebrate Mass at noon, and we will have tea afterwards in Carrowcullen.
Our next Friends of Carmel Meeting will be on 11 September. This meeting will be open to anyone who would like to join us at Holy Hill, and it will also be available on Zoom. It will begin at 11 am, and we will serve a light lunch. Anyone who wants to join us on Zoom should e mail email@example.com for instructions.
We offer free work retreats to anyone who is under 30 and would like to work at Holy HIll for twenty hours a week and pray with the community. . If you are interested, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friends of Carmel for an Ongoing Spiritual Link
Join us at Holy Hill for occasional contemplative gatherings or check in for frequent new homiliies and food for the soul. Visit the website here: FriendsofCarmel.ie
Our suggested donations for retreats cover about two-thirds of our expenses. We want to keep our prices low so that more people can come on retreat, but if you can afford to donate something extra we would be grateful. Click on the button below to make a payment via PayPal.