REST. REFLECT. RENEW.
The retreat center offers a variety of ways that one can to rest, reflect, and renew. One can join a group for a silent weekend (Friday evening through Sunday lunch) preached men or women retreat led by the Redemptorists; a silent weekend retreat for both men and women; a weekend retreat for married couples, silent preached retreats for women religious and their associates, seasonal days of prayer, and half days of Spiritual Awakening. We also offer our facilities for other groups consistent with our mission. Many other individuals take advantage of our center to make private retreats either in the center itself or at one of our on location hermitages or poustinia. Please look through this website for a complete listing of offerings.
Weekend retreats facilitated by the Redemptorist Team, ordinarily referred to as the Weekend Silent Preached Retreat, are scheduled for men or for women, the theme of which changes on an annual basis.
We have a large variety of outside groups (both adults and teens) who use our facilities for organization retreats, high school Kairos, Confirmation retreats, and other types of meetings and spiritual experiences. These meetings might last from half a day to a week.
Days of Prayer
The day of prayer (not silent) begins with refreshments in the serving area, followed by a conference, the Sacrament of Reconciliation or quiet time alone. After lunch we have prayer to Our Mother of Perpetual Help and then close with the celebration of the Eucharist.
The Redemptorist Retreat Center has hermitages and a poustinia. A hermitage is a place where one may go to find solitude and peace. It is a quiet, out of the way place for people who wish to find God who dwells within them.
The Redemptorist Retreat Center offers several specialized retreats throughout the year. These are retreats sponsored by the Center but ordinarily facilitated by outside individuals. These specialized retreats typically last over three or four days. Explore our offerings here.
ALL UPCOMING RETREATS
- Fri, May 19Redemptorist Retreat Center