Silent Weekend Retreats

 

Weekend Retreats provide an opportunity to get away from the often hectic pace of everyday living. They afford a chance to relax and give undivided attention to the interests and concerns of one’s spiritual life. Each Quiet Weekend Retreat includes group conferences, time for personal reflection and prayer, and mass, in an atmosphere of silence. The retreats are open to anyone, regardless of faith or parish affiliation. Retreats designated “Men and Women” are open to both married couples and individuals.

 

Check-in is 6:30-7:30 p.m. on Friday.  The first session begins at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, and the retreat ends by 3:00 p.m. on Sunday.

 

 

Winter/Spring 2019

 

 

Jan 18-20 — Sunday Mass Group Retreat

Spiritual Joy

 

Fr. Ed Kinerk, S.J.

 

Our spiritual journey should bring us joy.  We will look at practical ways of moving beyond what is negative and live our lives with greater trust in God and comfort in His love.

 

 

Jan 25-27 — Men & Women

Cosmology

 

This retreat has been cancelled.

 

 

Feb 1-3 — Men & Women

Young Adults Retreat

 

This is a retreat addressing the lives and spirituality of young adults in today’s busy world where finding time for God can be difficult. Director  to be determined.  The retreat is co-sponsored by St. Ignatius Loyola Catholic Church and the Ignatian Spirituality Program of Denver.

 

 

Feb 8-10 — Nam và Nữ

Thiên Chúa Bao Dung Từ Ái

 

Fr. Hanh Pham, S.J.

 

“Thiên Chúa là Tình Yêu,” tên gọi này hẳn rất đúng và đã rõ trong Phúc âm Gioan, cũng như các Thư Gioan, nhưng tôi cũng thích cách diễn tả của Phúc âm Luca đó là, “Thiên Chúa Bao Dung Từ Ái.”  Cách diễn tả này sẽ là trọng tâm của cuối tuần tĩnh tâm này, một chủ để rất thích hợp có thể dẫn chúng ta bước vào Mùa Chay.  Chúng ta sẽ cùng nhau tìm hiểu tính bao dung từ ái của Chúa như thế nào dưới sự hướng dẫn của Thánh Sử Luca.

 

 

Feb 15-17 — Couples

May They Be One As You Are in Me and I Am in You

 

Fr. Ed Kinerk, SJ

 

This retreat will provide a framework for thinking about marriage as a spirituality.  We will celebrate the joys and acknowledge the struggles of two trying to become one.  We will focus on God’s presence and grace in this most important instance of the coming of the Kingdom of God. This will not be a silent retreat.

 

 

Feb 22-24 — Christ the King Parish Retreat

Spiritual Joy

 

Fr. Ed Kinerk, S.J.

 

Our spiritual journey should bring us joy.  We will look at practical ways of moving beyond what is negative and live our lives with greater trust in God and comfort in His love.

 

 

Mar 1-3 — St. Ignatius Loyola  Parish Retreat

Outlook

 

Fr. Vince Hovley, S.J.

 

In this retreat I continue to enrich four insights and two invitations.  My hope is that these deepened insights and enriched invitations have the potential to transform our life with the inner peace and joy Jesus promises us.

 

 

Mar 8-10 — Men

Outlook

 

Fr. Vince Hovley, S.J.

 

In this retreat I continue to enrich four insights and two invitations.  My hope is that these deepened insights and enriched invitations have the potential to transform our life with the inner peace and joy Jesus promises us.

 

 

Mar 15-17 — Women

Lenten Ignatian Retreat

 

Fr. Paul Patin, S.J.

 

During Lent, we usually try to come up with what we should do and how go about doing it.  But what would happen if we let God show us and him take the lead, waiting for him to show us this time how to “do Lent.”  We will use key meditations from the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius to help bring this about.

 

 

Mar 22-24 — Men & Women

Individual Directed Prayer Weekend - Come Aside for a While

 

Sr. Eileen Currie, M.S.C., Pat Wight & Fr. Paul Patin, S.J.

 

In the hectic pace of life it can be a blessing to come away and have time for quiet and rest.  This weekend is has no group conference to allow maximum time for individual prayer and reflection and the opportunity to meet with a spiritual director.

We will begin on Friday evening at 7p.m. with a brief introduction to the weekend. Dinner is available at 5:30 p.m. for those who wish.

 

 

Mar 29-31 — Women

Forgiveness: The Challenge to Radical Loving

 

Sr. Eileen Currie, M.S.C.

 

Forgiving when we’ve been hurt in someway is never easy.  Perhaps forgiving ourselves is even harder.  But what if we believe and accept the truth of God’s enduring mercy and forgiveness for us?  How might our lives be different?  How might we experience loving more generously, even radically?

 

 

Apr 5-7 — Men

Lenten Ignatian Retreat

 

Fr. Paul Patin, S.J.

 

During Lent, we usually try to come up with what we should do and how go about doing it.  But what would happen if we let God show us and him take the lead, waiting for him to show us this time how to “do Lent.”  We will use key meditations from the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius to help bring this about.

 

 

Apr 12-14 — Women

Outlook

 

Fr. Vince Hovley, S.J.

 

In this retreat I continue to enrich four insights and two invitations.  My hope is that these deepened insights and enriched invitations have the potential to transform our life with the inner peace and joy Jesus promises us.

 

 

Apr 18-21 — Men & Women

Easter Triduum

 

Fr. Vince Hovley, S.J.

 

The Easter Triduum offers the opportunity to come away and enter profoundly into the mysteries of Holy Week.  In addition to the liturgies of Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday, there will be optional daily presentations.  The retreat begins at 7:00 pm on Holy Thursday (5:30 pm dinner available for those who wish) and ends after breakfast on Easter Sunday.  There is also an Easter Sunday Mass at 10:00 am for those who wish to stay.  Offering: $300.

 

 

Apr 26-28 — Men & Women

Black Catholics’ Retreat

 

Rev. Manuel Williams, C.R.

 

The retreat will be presented by a noted African-American speaker who will lead participants into a deeper appreciation of Black Catholic spirituality.

 

 

May 24-26 — Men & Women

Serenity Retreat

 

Fr. Len Kraus, S.J.

 

The retreat is based on the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.  It is open to anyone interested in recovery from alcoholism and other addictions through the spirituality of the 12 Steps.  The retreat will consist of conferences, time for prayer, quiet reflection and sharing.  Fr. Kraus is a Jesuit priest, ordained in 1972.  He is currently a retreat director at Manresa House of Retreats in Covenant, LA, and has given 12 Step retreats at various retreat houses in Louisiana, Wisconsin and Missouri.

 

 

 

Weekend Retreat Details:

Arrival time:  6:30-7:30 p.m. (i.e. after dinner) on the opening date, unless noted.

 

Weekend retreats begin with an 8:00 p.m. conference on Friday at and conclude by 3:00 p.m. on Sunday. Early reservations are advised.

 

Light refreshments are available in the lounge from 7:15 p.m. as people find their rooms and settle in.

 

Suggested offering: $200 per person, which includes the program; private room; breakfast, lunch, dinner on Saturday, and breakfast and lunch on Sunday; and the $50 non-refundable advance deposit.

 

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