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Please click on our events to find out more about these retreats, which are sponsored by the Retreat and Conference Center at Bon Secours. If you would like information about scheduling a group conference to come to our Center, please contact our Sales Manager, Rainey Taylor, at 410-442-3144. Conferences are distinguished from retreats because the group comes to our center for the facilities, lodging and/or meals, but they have their own presenter and attendees. Retreats are events that we plan here at the Center and are open to the public to attend.

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December 2014
$55

Embracing Our Giftedness: Walking with Confidence into the New Year

December 31 @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm

The turn of the year is an opportune time for many of us to reflect on the events, joys, sorrows,successes and failures of the past year. These events may color our disposition toward the future as we enter a new year, full of promise and unknown experiences. In this day of retreat, we will lay the groundwork for our continued growth in the new year by acknowleding and letting go of the past year, connecting with God who journeys with…

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January 2015
Free

Bible Study Group

January 9, 2015 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am

Bible Study – Isaiah: Marcus Borg writes, “The classical prophets of ancient Israel are among the most remarkable people who have ever lived.” Designated a major prophet, Isaiah was written in three sections over many years. During the month of January we will explore each of these sections to learn more about the social context, the authors and their message for their own people and for us today. We will use input from scholars, personal reflection and group discussion. This…

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Free

Bible Study Group, 2nd week

January 16, 2015 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am

Bible Study – Isaiah: Marcus Borg writes, “The classical prophets of ancient Israel are among the most remarkable people who have ever lived.” Designated a major prophet, Isaiah was written in three sections over many years. During the month of January we will explore each of these sections to learn more about the social context, the authors and their message for their own people and for us today. We will use input from scholars, personal reflection and group discussion. This…

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Free

Quiet Mornings, January

January 20, 2015 @ 9:30 am - 10:45 am

Ever wish you had time set apart for quiet prayer? Or, perhaps a mini-morning retreat? Do you desire structure to support an ongoing practice, but need flexibility too? We will hold these every month. You can take part whenever you’d like to match your schedule/desire​/need. Interested adults are invited to gather with us at 9:30am for introductions and a short gathering prayer. We will move into silence from 9:45 to 10:35am. During that time, individuals might elect to stay in…

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Free

Bible Study Group, Week 3

January 23, 2015 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am

Bible Study – Isaiah: Marcus Borg writes, “The classical prophets of ancient Israel are among the most remarkable people who have ever lived.” Designated a major prophet, Isaiah was written in three sections over many years. During the month of January we will explore each of these sections to learn more about the social context, the authors and their message for their own people and for us today. We will use input from scholars, personal reflection and group discussion. This…

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$60

Turn the Page: Unlocking the Story Within You

January 24, 2015 @ 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

Take advantage of our Earlybird special rate of $50 through 12/24/2014.

Your life is telling a story. Will it tell the story you want for 2015? You don’t always get a say in how your story began, but you get to shape how it ends. Through this highly interactive retreat you will explore how God’s been writing his plan and purpose on the tablet of your heart. You will be challenged to rewrite your story, reclaim your life, move past your pain chapter, burn on versus burn out and discover the…

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$20

A Taste of T’ai Chi Chih

January 24, 2015 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

T’ai Chi Chih is a series of 20 separate, easy-to-learn moves that circulate and balance the chi, the life force that flows wtihin us. It is not a martial art, but rather a moving meditation that reduces stress and generates vital health and peace of mind. In this fun and entertaining workshop you will be taught a few of the T’ai Chi Chih moves, which you can actually take away and practice on your own. You will also be taught…

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Free

Bible Study Group, 4th Week

January 30, 2015 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am

Bible Study – Isaiah: Marcus Borg writes, “The classical prophets of ancient Israel are among the most remarkable people who have ever lived.” Designated a major prophet, Isaiah was written in three sections over many years. During the month of January we will explore each of these sections to learn more about the social context, the authors and their message for their own people and for us today. We will use input from scholars, personal reflection and group discussion. This…

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$240

Forgiveness: A Catholic Approach

January 30, 2015 @ 5:00 pm - February 1, 2015 @ 11:00 am

Take advantage of our Earlybird special rate of $220 through 12/30/2014.

Giving the gift of forgiveness is one of the hardest things our faith invites us to do. During this weekend retreat, we’ll discuss what forgiveness is and what forgiveness is not, consider practical steps to take when seeking to forgive another, and identify signs that we’re advancing along the forgiveness journey. Presented by Fr. Scott Hurd. Fr. Scott is a priest of the Archdiocese of Washington and has served in a variety of pastoral, executive and administrative assignments in his…

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February 2015
$30

Friends Day of Prayer: Fr. Erik Arnold

February 4, 2015 @ 9:30 am - 3:00 pm

“You are my rock, my strongold! Lead me; Guide me for the sake of your name.” Psalm 31:3 What is the basis for our confidence in prayer? Often it ends up being our good works, the nice people we have been, the kind things we’ve tried to do. So we approach God and say, “Because of what I’ve done, please answer this prayer…” But what happens when we don’t have any good works to offer, no nice deeds we’ve done?…

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