Openness to Christ’ words: A Path of encounter and conversion
Mar 24 - 26, 2023
The disciples who followed the Messiah had encountered him and were transformed by his words and his deeds. They were able to respond to the call: “come, follow me” (Matt. 4:19), because they first met him and opened their hearts to receive his words.
Mass Alive, Yes, Mass, Really Alive!
Mar 27, 2023
What happens at Mass that could make us choose to want to go again and again? Come and reflect on how the Mass could stay fresh, relevant, and nourishing for us.
Let us go up to Jerusalem with Jesus
Mar 31, 2023 - Apr 2, 2023
This retreat will pay special attention to Matthew’s account of Jesus’ final days, with special attention to the characters featured in the story. With which characters do I associate / identify in Matthew’s Passion narrative?
Holy Week Retreat
Apr 1 - 9, 2023
The 8-day Holy Week begins Saturday evening, April 1 and ends on Easter Sunday. It has its origin in the dramatic liturgies of the Jerusalem Church: the procession with palms; the passion narratives; veneration of the cross; and the Easter Vigil, with its focus on light in darkness, and rebirth through the water of baptism.
8-day accompanied retreat
Apr 2 - 9, 2023
An accompanied, silent, or directed retreat provides retreatants with individual spiritual accompaniment in an environment of silence and prayer.
Pausing with Jesus Before the Resurrection
Apr 6 - 9, 2023
These days of retreat provide silence and solitude for entering more deeply into the mystery of Jesus’ Passion, Death and Resurrection.
Women’s Monthly Retreat
Apr 19, 2023
Come join the community of women who attend the monthly retreat days, facilitated by Sr. Pat O’Neill, SNJM and with Fr. Kevin Kelly, SJ who celebrates Mass for us.
Encounters with the Risen Lord
May 5 - 7, 2023
How do we experience the Risen Lord in our daily lives? What does it mean to proclaim the Resurrection in our day? There is no better place to encounter the Risen Lord than in the Resurrection narratives of the four Gospels.