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For reservations, please

call the office 262-567-6900


Fee:  $ 430 per couple

Arrival /Check-in 

Friday evening at 6:15 p.m. and the retreat will begin at 7:15 p.m.

No Friday evening meal served.

Retreat ends on Sunday about  
1:00 p.m., after Mass and lunch.


Weekend Preached Retreat for Married Couples

Theme:  “Come to the Quiet

Growing Together as Married Couples"

    February 10 - 12, 2023


The annual retreat for married couples has the same basic theme as this year's weekend retreats for men and women which is "Taking Time for Peace in the Quiet".


We have adjusted the theme for married couples to "Come to the Quiet - Growing Together as a Couple." We will celebrate the Mass daily. Reconciliation will be available for those who choose. There will be various opportunities for prayer, presentations, and discussions as well as ample time for each couple to be together.

A retreat offered by
Fr Ted Lawson, C.Ss.R.
Steve and Sue Hrycyniak, BSCD 

About your presenters:

Steve and Sue Hrycyniak are members of the Brothers and Sisters of Charity, a public association of the faithful founded by John Michael Talbot. They have decades of experience together in ministry in a variety of settings. Steve has graduate training in theology, organizational development, and spiritual direction  and currently works as a hospital chaplain, and Sue has training in pastoral music and early childhood education and teaches in their parish school. They have been married for almost forty years, have four adult children, three grandchildren, and live in Lake Geneva, WI.

As a couple, they strive daily to grow in their spiritual life together, and hope to share the joys and struggles of their journey with you. Please bring your bibles and a journal.

Fr. Ted Lawson, C.Ss.R. is the Program Coordinator of the Redemptorist Retreat Center.  He has served in Parish Ministry,  preaching for Parish Missions and Novenas and as the Director of the Health Care Center for the Redemptorists.  His experience in retreat ministry has been an important part of his pastoral life. He had the privilege of serving as the Director of the Desert House of Prayer, a contemplative retreat center near Tucson, Arizona.  Fr. Lawson is a native of Pewaukee, Wisconsin.

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