During this weekend Carmel Boyle will take you on a symbolic pilgrimage to visit the sacred places of your soul’s journey. In a reflective atmosphere of prayer, song, poetry, gentle movement, ritual and meditation Carmel will share her own faith which is rooted in Celtic Spirituality. The journey will be in the company of the Trinity, Angels and Saints, especially St. Patrick and St. Brigid.
This silent, private retreat will begin with supper on Monday at 6 p.m. Eastern Time and conclude on Sunday after breakfast. There is an option to join our retreat center community for any or all of these days. Mass at the retreat center will be on Tuesday and we will join St. Joseph Parish for […]
There are six components involved in living a rich, peaceful and fulfilling life after divorce. Each component will refer to a separate scripture verse. The components include your faith, self-care of body and mind, connecting with others, and examining thoughts that might be holding you back. Prayer, quiet time for reflection and music will be […]
The Trinity is at the heart of our faith, but so often our heart feels it doesn’t understand this key mystery of faith. Come and pray about how the Trinity is a very practical mystery which has profound implications for daily life. Using theology, music and art, we will be drawn deeply into the very […]
On this one-day retreat, we will enter into the Biblical accounts of Mary and Martha. Traditionally, interpretation of these stories has opposed contemplative and active lives. For those of us who live primarily in a world of activity, this can be discouraging if we think our gifts are not worthy. Since most of us are […]
While being a bit rough in its Greek, Mark’s Gospel is a carefully constructed piece of artistic story telling. Using literary structures, Mark seeks to focus the attention of the still young Christian community on how God has worked in the life and ministry of Jesus Christ, Son of God: Jesus is servant to all, […]