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A weekend with your spouse

When was the last time you had a real dialogue with your spouse? Or did you ever have one at all? Married couples nowadays are just too busy with career and parenting that they forget about their relationship as husband and wife. This often times lead to misunderstanding, miscommunication, and then neglect and relationship dryness.

If unchecked, spouses begin to experience frequent petty fights, then bigger quarrels and even separation. It’s about time that you and your spouse take a break and have a relationship check over the weekend.

The Serviam Catholic Charismatic Community will be holding its Marriage Encounter Weekend #14 on January 11 – 13, 2013 at the OMI Retreat House, Mapayapa Village, Quezon City.

The Marriage Encounter Weekend or ME is a beautiful experience for spouses, giving their marriage an opportunity to grow through open and honest communication, face-to-face sharing, and heart to heart dialogue, in a comfortable, relaxed setting.

Leave the cares of the world behind and focus on yourself and your spouse. The ME is not a clinic, religious retreat, group therapy, or workshop. You will just spend time together and discover a deeper relationship in your marriage!

Married couples of all ages are invited and encouraged to experience this wonderful weekend encounter. For inquiries or reservations, please call Rodel & Joyce Cailan at 0927-5249875 or 0916-5730280 and Rogel & Au Tamondong at 492-6780 or 0922-8443448.

You may also contact Serviam Catholic Charismatic Community, Unit 301 Sunrise Condominium I, 226 Ortigas Ave., San Juan City, or at Tel. No. 722-7961. Or e-mail serviam.community@gmail.com or visit www.serviamccc.org.

The Serviam Catholic Charismatic Community was founded by His Excellency, the late Jaime Cardinal Sin and the late lay Servant Leader Sonny delos Reyes.

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