St. Bernard of Clairvaux was a 12th century monk, of foundational importance in the Cistercian Order, a reformed form of Benedictine monasticism. Not only was he a charismatic and effective abbot, but his writings reflect profound and beautiful insights into the mystery of God, Jesus Christ and the Blessed Virgin. Moreover, he shows acute and penetrating insights into the human heart and soul, and the struggles and blessings of its spiritual journey towards eternity. This weekend will explore the life, person and writings of this great saint.
Led by Fr. Joseph Chua, ocso
The cost includes two nights' accommodation at the Monastery Guesthouse, meals and entry into the Museum and Art Gallery.
PLEASE NOTE: online bookings for this close on Monday 2 August. For booking enquiries after this date please phone the New Norcia Guesthouse on (08) 9654 8002, to ensure accommodation is still available.