December 15 - 17
Friday at 6:00 pm - Sunday 11:00 am
Presented by Patrick M, Terry L, Kyle N and George B
A Recovery Retreat at Jesuit Retreat House is a time to nurture your serenity, experience a re-awakening, and find the strength to work the steps of recovery. There will be daily conferences, time for prayer and reflection, a healing service, and Mass.
December 31 - January 1
6:00 pm Sunday Dinner - Monday 11:00 am
New Year’s Eve is a threshold moment - an ideal time to stop and reflect and pray in gratitude for the blessings of the past year, and to look with renewed hope upon the life and possibilities of a new year. What would I like to thank God for? How can I best center my life to begin this new year? Let’s come together for meaningful reflection and uplifting conversation.
Includes Mass and time for private reflection and discussion.
Presented by Sr. Mary Ann Flannery S.C., Margaret Vogel & Sister Jeanne Tighe
The concept of ‘Loving Kindness’ is gaining much attention among all religions although it stems from an Eastern concept applied to meditative prayer. We will explore the Gospels for their richness in this virtue, discuss how we can pray with Loving Kindness and grow deeper in it as we apply it in our lives. We will also explore writers and spiritual leaders, chief among them Pope Francis, to determine how kindness made them more peaceful in times of duress and challenge. And kindness can do the same for us. So get ready for a wonderful retreat!
February 2 - 4
Friday 6:00 pm - Sunday 11:00 am
Facilitated by Bob Linton and Matt Pullar
We are Flawed, Gifted and Called: The Spirituality of Imperfection and The 12 Steps
A Recovery Retreat at the Jesuit Retreat House is a time to nurture your spirituality, find serenity and experience a re-awakening through the 12 steps.
Bob & Matt are experienced retreat leaders, steeped in Ignatian Spirituality and the 12 steps. Their passion is helping men heal, find a relationship with their Higher Power, and become the men for others they were meant to be.