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Our January 29th presentation will be “New Year… New Beginnings…”. The cost of $50 per person includes a morning program, lunch, and time in the afternoon to visit the Holy Places of Graymoor.Find out more »
Come Away and refresh your mind, body and spirit. Presenters: Kacey Morabito-Grean & Maria MorabitoFind out more »
This vigorous winter weekend of exploration promises to be an opportunity to fully experience the spirit of nature, is relaxing for the mind, includes social interaction, and instills a sense of gratitude for our healthy beings. Presenter: Skip Doyle.Find out more »
Theme: "God comes to us disguised as our lives."
Presenter: Deacon Dan Giblin, CRS
Women in Recovery Retreat Weekends are for women in all levels of recovery to share in supporting each other as they embrace and enhance their spirituality for successful recovery. Presenter: Sr. Helen Schmidt, OP.Find out more »
In the Franciscan tradition, this outdoor day of prayer and meditation, of learning and discovery in creation, explores: What is the great commandment? Presenter: Skip DoyleFind out more »
The objective of this session is to explore the spirituality of human work. We will consider how work can be both sacred and sanctifying, with the goal of reimagining an understanding of work that can be revelatory and redemptive.Find out more »
Women are natural creative vessels, and yet often put their individual needs way on the bottom of their list of things to take care of. Let's celebrate our unique wisdom and be inspired to pay more attention to our own deep self-care and soul-care.
Presenter - Sharen Rosen.
This retreat is for men seeking a deeper understanding of God in their lives. This retreat will consider the basic spiritual questions that can lead to the essential truth in the lives of Men of God.
Presenter Mr. Michael Boccia & Man Matters Team.
A retreat that will examine the disease of addiction to alcohol, drugs, and other behaviors and its concurrent effects on the human brain. Addiction is multi-faceted disease involving the body, mind and spirit.
Facilitators: Rose Foley, LMSW, CASAC; Diana Dow-Edwards, PhD.