KORAZIM/GALILEE – On Sunday, November 19, 2017, the Legio Mariae movement in Galilee organized a spiritual retreat with a participation of more than 160 members.
The program started with prayers and a lecture given by Bishop Boulos Marcuzzo, the Latin Patriarchal Vicar for Jerusalem and Palestine, about Sainthood and the people who have been lately canonized in the Church.
Moreover, he presented the pastoral plan based on the initiative of His Holiness Pope Francis and his message for the First World Day of the Poor, pointing out that the poor could be those who lack faith and love. He also addressed the theme of family addressed in the program of the pastoral council of the Latin Patriarchate.
Throughout the day, the participants had made several interventions and discussions about the spirituality and the ordinary problems facing the Legio Mariae mouvement.