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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.
Dear Friends of Graymoor, Sadly, we have had to cancel the Feast of St. Anthony weekend on June 13 and 14 in accordance with state, local and church prohibitions on large gatherings due to the risk of Coronavirus. Please note no large gatherings are permitted on the grounds. While public Masses and pilgrimages to Graymoor remain on pause, we invite you to join us virtually for Mass every Sunday and Wednesday on Facebook Live. Please visit our Livestream Mass page…Find out more »
Ecology And Ecumenicity: Facing Division And Imagining Reconciliation In The Care Of Our Common Home
An online colloquium with ecologically-attentive theologians, ethicists, and community leaders from an array of Christian traditions. Free and open to the public. Register now. The ecological crisis is, no less, an ecumenical crisis and an ecumenical opportunity. There can be no degradation nor restoration of the environment, on any scale from local to global, that does not also present a challenge of communication with and commitment to one another. The “home” (oikos) we share—however divided and acrimonious it may be—is…Find out more »
This vigorous, autumn exploration promises to be an opportunity to fully experience the spirit of nature amidst a day of prayer. Our retreat includes summiting Storm King Mountain, meditations, and instills a sense of gratitude for our healthy beings – body, mind, and soul.
Leader - Skip Doyle
This year, Recovery Sunday takes place on September 27, and the Friars of the Atonement will say a special virtual Mass at 11 am Eastern time.Find out more »
When St Francis kissed the leper his life changed. Healed by God, he knew it was his task to offer God's healing to everyone, especially the poor, the lost and the voiceless.
Presenter Rev. Jack Rathschmidt