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Radiant 2019

When: 30th November

Where: Corpus Christi Catholic High School, Preston

What is it?

Radiant is a Day of the Eucharist with inspiring speakers, uplifting worship music, adoration and Mass celebrated by Bishop Paul, it is an event not to be missed.

The name Radiant comes from Isaiah 2: 5: “O house of Jacob, come, let us rejoice in the light of the Lord.”

This is the reading we will hear on the first Sunday of Advent which is celebrated the same weekend.

Radiant has been born out of a group of 7 friends who have encountered Jesus in the Eucharist and had their lives transformed. These encounters have taken place at events just like this and we have a shared desire to bring this to the Diocese of Lancaster.

Radiant is open to everyone, adults and young people, schools and parishes. It will be run in two streams, for adults and children, as well as a kid’s stream run by Metanoia Project.

Our two dedicated streams will offer content tailored content for adults and young people. The first talk of the day will take a journey into getting the most from Adoration. It will involve personal testimony and practical advice on how we can fall in love with Jesus in the Eucharist. The second talk will take a deeper look into the beauty of the Mass. It will focus particularly on our role when we are sent out from our parishes to be radiant in our communities.

This is a first of its kind event in our Diocese and would love to welcome you in November.

Tickets are available via Eventbrite. Google search Eventbrite Radiant 2019 and you will find us.

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