FCJ Young Adult Network
The FCJ Young Adult Network
aims to strengthen and develop
links between young people
interested in faith and
For more information, contact .
Let Lynne know if you would like to receive the FCJ Young Adult Network Newsletter. While many of the events advertised take place in Britain, the newsletters are full of great ideas for anywhere.
If you would like an opportunity
- to have some accompaniment in your spiritual life
- for a place to make a quiet retreat or have a 'time out'
- to have an experience of living in community while you work or study
- to have a chance to make a difference in a volunteer placement
- to talk about Christian vocation and the vocation to be an FCJ Sister
Contact and she will put you in touch with possibilities near where you live.
Check out the RESOURCES on MARIE MADELEINE and IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY ...
In the UK?
Find out more about St. Hugh's ...
Our community's main ministry is to be a
place of welcome for young people who
are seeking God in their lives. We try to provide opportunities for prayer and reflection for young adults, giving them a quiet space in which they can take time out from busy schedules to deepen their relationship with God.
We offer a chance
- to experience community life,
- have some spiritual accompaniment,
- explore Gap Year possibilities,
- consider religious vocation
We organise discernment weekends, walking retreats, bible reflections ...
Why not come along to one of our events,
or join us at one of the national or diocesan events
Click here for a list of events!
The FCJ Sisters in Yogyakarta offer regular retreat and reflection days for young adults.They also organise the D'Houet Group (named after the family name of our foundress, Marie Madeleine). The purpose of the group is to help in vocation discernment by providing input, spiritual direction and peer support to young women who are seeking to know how they might be being called to live their life/what life is calling them to. The D'Houet group gives the opportunity to know FCJ sisters and to understand their life on mission a little better. The components of the process vary according to the needs of the participants. It can involve a ‘live-in’ and always involves spiritual accompaniment. Contact one of the communities in Indonesia to learn more.
Photo of Meita, a former member of the d'Houet Group