spiritual director, spiritual direction, retreat center
Oct 10, 2021

This week-long intensive course will provide a deeper foundation for understanding and engaging in the practice of spiritual direction in the Christian tradition. It is intended to enhance the students’ understanding of the spiritual life, with attention given to developing the basic skills required for this ministry. COURSE OBJECTIVES: - To have an understanding of the spiritual life, its breadth, depth, and language, in order to understand the context of spiritual direction ministry. - To examine and ... Continue reading...

Jesus, Biblical retreat, Christian
Aug 27, 2021

Give Thanks to God Unceasingly St. Paul and our other holy men and women tell us to give thanks to God unceasingly. Amidst great trials and hardships, they made continual thanksgiving their lifestyle. Despite persecution and harsh opposition, they lived with peace, joy, and great hope. During this retreat, through conferences and prayer, we will explore in great depth the inner workings of a disciple’s unceasing gratitude. Continual gratitude gives us God’s perspective on our lives, ... Continue reading...

St. Ignatius, Ignatian way
Apr 30, 2021

Are you looking to go deeper in your relationship with God? Join us as we explore the Spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola. In anticipation of the upcoming Ignatian Jubilee Year (May 2021-July 2022) our retreat will explore some of the key aspects of the spirituality which flowed out of the life and Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola, who was declared the Patron Saint of retreats by Pope Pius XI in 1922. This ... Continue reading...

Mary DeTurris Poust
Oct 23, 2020

Today's post is from author and retreat presenter Mary DeTurris Poust. She shares about an experience that she had recently, presenting a retreat during the pandemic. It resonates with us as we make safety accommodations for our guests of current retreats too. We are excited that she will be with us for a weekend retreat next summer. Click here to learn more about Mary and her "Broken, Beautiful, and Beloved" retreat. Let's take a few ... Continue reading...