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Marriage Masterclass continues
A gentle reminder that our private Facebook group called Marriage Masterclass with Teams of Our Lady continues its existence... far beyond the 8-day masterclass held in early December.
This Facebook group is currently hosting another amazing initiative called Teams EXPERIENCE, along with some of the wonderful Masterclass videos.
Teams EXPERIENCE is an English-language project, started in early December, which promotes the beauty and diversity of Teams of Our Lady. Led by a group of moderators from 11 countries and 4 continents, this inspirational initiative consists of testimonial quotes from members of Teams in various Regions and Super-Regions as indicated by the poster in the attachment.
Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2594017577554772
Please share this great news with people of good faith, whether in Teams or not! Share a light of hope during these challenging times!
Conjugal Love - a Path to God
Link below to an article from The Irish Catholic on the recent publication of this book, written by members of Teams and published in September 2020.
Dublin Sector Responsible Couple Day October 2021
The Responsible Couple (RC) is a couple chosen from the Team to lead and guide the couples and chaplain for a year. All the new RC’s are invited to join in a day of training and encouragement in October, at the beginning of their years’ service. This occasion is known as the RC Day. The role of the
RC is to facilitate everyone to participate effectively in the life of the small community, to encourage mutual help and to ensure that each member will feel truly recognized, loved and accepted by the whole group. They will lead the Team to meet as a Team of Our Lady, as opposed to meeting as a group of friends for a dinner party!
The RC day 2021 was by Zoom. There were many contributions from Couples around the Region of Ireland. At one point of the meeting, there were 31 computers logged on, most of these represented
couples. We are sure that those who could not join, due to older age, ill health or other commitments, were with us in prayer. It all contributed to a real sense of a family gathering.
The daytime meeting concluded with a celebration of the Eucharist by the outgoing Regional Chaplain Fr Peter Sexton. The blessing ceremony and handover to the new Dublin Sector couple, Regional Couple and Regional Chaplain took place before the final blessing of the Mass.
The symbol of service in Teams of Our Lady, in this part of the world, is an apron and a candle! A short
prayer was read reminding everyone that in Teams, service is a grace and a “talent”, as we are all stewards of the Lord’s vineyard under the guidance of Our Lady of the Teams.
The day concluded as 20 couples from different Teams around the country met in small groups to pray and share their lives in the style of a Team of Our Lady.
If you would like to hear more about being part of a Team, please “contact us” for more information.