Immaculee Ilibagiza Retreat

Sep 4, 2019

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 Immaculee’ Ilibagiza, Rwanda Genocide survivor,

returns to St. Ann Parish for a two day retreat.

 

You may have been one of the 800 people who were blessed to hear Immaculee’ Ilibagiza speak at St Ann Parish in Stoughton in March of 2017. St Ann is now blessed to welcome her back in November. This time she will host a two-day retreat. It is not an overnight retreat, but one that takes place Friday evening and Saturday morning. And the retreat is meant for men and women to share in.

Ilibagiza is a New York Times best-selling author and world-renowned speaker who shares her story of a harrowing 100 days hidden in a tiny bathroom with six other women and one child, in an attempt to avoid being killed by members of the Hutu tribe in her home country of Rwanda in Eastern Africa. In that three-month period, more than 800,000 members of her tribe were relentlessly slaughtered, including her mom, dad, two brothers, grandparents and many extended family members and friends. She credits praying the rosary as the reason she is alive today.

Ilibagiza will continue to share her message of faith, forgiveness and hope during a retreat held at St. Ann on Friday, Nov. 15 and Saturday, Nov. 16. It runs from 5:00 pm until 9:00 pm on Friday and from 8:30 am until 12:30 pm on Saturday.

Don’t wait to register as it could fill up! You can register by going to Ilibagiza’s website at Immaculee.com. Go to events, retreats, and click on the one listed as Stoughton, WI. Or, follow this direct link:

https://www.immaculee.com/collections/retreats/products/stoughton-wi-retreat-november-15-16-2019-with-immaculee

 The cost to register is $57 for one or $76 for two people. All money generated from the registration costs goes toward Immaculee’s charity, which supports an orphanage in Rwanda.

If you have any questions, or do not have access to the internet for registration, contact: Jayne Kane at [email protected] or 608-444-0812 or Linda Deschane at [email protected] or 608-695-9650.

 

 

 

 

           

 

         

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