Time with God on Your Time Retreats offer the opportunity to step away from the busyness of ministry and pressures of daily life to reflect on the Catholic faith, prioritize spiritual wellness, inspire witness, and recharge one’s missionary activity by way of an engaging and easy to navigate format.
Finding a quiet place to retreat to from time to time helps us to refresh and recharge. Jesus was no exception; He needed to find times to slip away from the crowds and from His work so that He could reconnect with God the Father. We go on retreat so that we can come to know God more fully, know ourselves more fully and to have the strength to carry out what God might be asking of us.
- Introduction PPT video (link)
- Quick Facts (pdf)
- User Guide for Individual Retreats (pdf)
- User Guide for Facilitated Group Retreats (pdf)
Advent Retreat Series
The “Waiting Together in Joyful Hope” retreat series walks participants through the Advent themes for each Sunday of this liturgical season which remind us to remain watchful and filled with hope as we prepare our hearts for the coming of our merciful and loving Savior.
- First Sunday of Advent – Show Us Your Love
- Second Sunday of Advent – Make Straight Our Paths
- Third Sunday of Advent – Mercy is Life-Changing
- Fourth Sunday of Advent – Mary: the Model of Accompaniment
*This retreat series was originally created for Advent 2021. Each retreat has been slightly modified to provide a valuable time of prayer and reflection for Advent 2022.
Sacrifice and Resurrection Mini-Series
This retreat series focuses on connection between personal sacrifices and the new life we experience through Christ’s grace and mercy. “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who in his great mercy gave us a new birth to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.” (1 Peter 1:3)
Spiritual Wellness Series
Based on the book 7 Keys to Spiritual Wellness, this series helps participants to see Christianity as a spiritual path whose guideposts can lead them to a deeper faith and into a more harmonious relationship with God and others.