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2014 2nd INTERNATIONAL SPIRITUAL SEMINAR FOR DOCTORS AND NURSES


Topic:  Spiritual Renewal of Soul and Body

The International Spiritual Seminar for Doctors and Nurses
will be held in Međugorje, May 28 - 31, 2014


SEMINAR PROGRAMME

Wednesday , May 28th 2014
14.00   Registration of participants (New hall)
17.00   Introduction to the seminar
18.00   Evening prayer programme (Prayer of the Rosary, Holy Mass, …)


Thursday, May 29th 2014
9.00     Prayer
           Lecture, testimonies
14.00   Way of the Cross on Križevac
18.00   Evening prayer programme
           Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament


Friday, May 30th 2014
8.00     Rosary at the Apparition Hill
11.00   Lecture, testimonies
12. 00  Silent Adoration
15.30   Lecture, testimonies
18.00  Evening prayer  programme
           Veneration of the Holy Cross


Saturday, May 31st 2014
9.00      Prayer
9.30       Lecture, testimonies
10.30    Experiences and testimonies
12.00   CONCLUSION OF THE SEMINAR WITH HOLY MASS


Lecturers at this year’s seminar are:

Father Kornelije Marko Glogović was born in 1976 in Zagreb. After the Classical Grammar School, he went to Poland where he completed the Faculty of Theology at the Pontifical Academy of Theology in Krakow and became a deacon. In 2002 he was ordained in the Zagreb cathedral. In 2003 he founded the Apostolate for Life, a spiritual movement based on prayer societies. He is the head of parish prayer societies, spiritual guide for religious sisters, he has been a secretary of the Croatian Paulist Province, he is the spiritual guide of the Gabriel Association and the founder and head of the Paulist Centre for Unborn Life – “Bethlehem” as well as prayer societies for the unborn “The Third heart”. Currently he holds the service of the Provincial of the Croatian Paulist Province.

Father Marinko Šakota was born in Čitluk in 1968. He attended elementary school, as well as the first class of a High school in Čitluk. Then he chose the Franciscan call and went to the Franciscan seminary in Visoko where he completed the second class of the Grammar school, and the remaining two he completed in Jesuit Grammar School in Dubrovnik where he graduated. He put on the Franciscan habit on 15 July 1987 in Humac where he spent a year of Novitiate. He started studying philosophy and theology in Sarajevo at the Franciscan Theology (1989-1990), continued in Zagreb at the Jesuit College (1990-1992), and he completed his studies in Fulda, Germany, where he graduated in 1995. He made eternal vows in Široki Brijeg in 1993. He was ordained as deacon in Zagreb in 1996 and as a priest in Frohnleiten in 1996. His first served in Franciscan monastery in Innsbruck where he spent a year as an assistant, then as a spiritual assistant in Frohnleiten, and as a chaplain in Augsburg. He has been a chaplain in Mostar for three years, and then a parish priest in Gradnići for seven years. He has been serving as a chaplain in Međugorje since September 2010, and as a parish priest in Međugorje since 2013.


The seminar will be held in the hall behind the church. Participation per person for the seminar is 40 €. Reservations may be made via email: seminar.marija@medjugorje.hr, or fax on the number: +387 36 651 999 (for Marija Dugandžić). The number of participants is limited due to space constraints, therefore we kindly ask that you send your registrations as soon as possible. Similarly we ask that all  participants organise accommodation in Međugorje for themselves.


For the purpose of the seminar organization and your safety, please consider yourself as registered for seminar only when you receive our written confirmation. If you did not receive our reply, it means that we have not received your application and that you are not registered, because you forwarded your e-mail to a wrong address or you have got a virus which blocks your e-mails automatically. Consequently, you may consider yourself as registered for the seminar only if you received a positive response.

 
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