Silent Retreat for Men & Women
November 11 – November 13, 2016
Retreat theme: “Reflecting Christ”
New Year’s Eve
Evening of Reflection
December 31, 2016
Join us for an evening of prayer and celebration as we close out 2016 and begin 2017 Starting with dinner at 7pm, followed by Conference, optional Confession and 11pm Mass, closing with a party at midnight. For those who chose to stay the night, a simple breakfast is served at 8:30am followed by Mass at 9:30 am on January 1.
with Father Donald Senior, C.P.
February 10-12, 2017
Retreat Theme: “Lord, send forth Your Spirit and Renew the Face of the Earth” ~ Reflections on the Biblical View of the Beauty of God’s Creation and its Meaning for Human Destiny . Pope Francis has urged the church and all people of good will to care for our “common home.” For people of faith, the basis for this concern is rooted in the Scriptures. This retreat will reflect on the biblical notion of creation found in Genesis, the Psalms, the prophetic paradise visions, and in the healing and reconciling mission of Jesus portrayed in the New Testament.
February 13 -17, 2017Register now
Retreat Theme:WISE MAINTENANCE OF THE SPIRIT’S TEMPLE
February 13 – 17, 2017. Fr. Richard (RB) Williams, OP is a member of the Southern Dominican Province who currently lives in Lubbock, TX with the campus ministry community at Texas Tech University as he continues his itinerant preaching ministry. A native of Natchitoches Louisiana, he holds degrees from various institutions in political science, philosophy and theology as well as a JD from Tulane. RB’s ministerial history is long and varied, including 27 years in campus ministry in several states. He has served his province as both Novice Director and Vicar Provincial, and has served as advisor and instructor in the field of Biomedical Ethics. Fr. Williams has pastored a Hispanic parish, preached parish missions and directed multiple retreats for clergy, religious, and laity The retreat stipend is $525. A $50 deposit is required with your registration.
led by Rev. Richard Champigny, O. Carm.
March 17 -19, 2017
Once again the Spiritual Center is offering this retreat led by Rev. Richard Champigny, O. Carm. from St. Jude Church in Boca Raton. This retreat promises renewal in the Spirit in the lives of the participants, by Glory Worship, talks, Mass and ministry that will affirm the presence of the Holy Spirit.
HOLY WEEK RETREAT
April 12 – 16, 2017
MARRIED COUPLES RETREAT
April 28 – 30, 2017
Marriages flourish because of the efforts by each spouse. More and more, retreatants who come to our regular weekend retreats, are taking time with their spouses to reflect and nurture the spiritual life of their commitment by participating in a married couples retreat. Please note the donation for the Married Couples Retreat is $370 per couple. A $100 per couple deposit is required with registration.
May 26-28, 2017
Rev. Robert Richardson will be presenting a Healing Retreat on May 26 -28, 2017. The donation for this program is $210 per person. A $50 deposit is required with registration.
SILENT DIRECTED RETREAT
June 16-22, 2017
CENTERING PRAYER INTENSIVE RETREATS
June 16-22, 2017
of Centering Prayer the following two retreats will be offered:
7-Day Intensive Centering Prayer Retreat – Provides an opportunity to immerse participants in the practice of Centering Prayer. The daily schedule includes three hours of Centering Prayer, viewing parts of the “Spiritual Journey” Videotape Series by Fr. Thomas Keating and celebration of the Eucharist. Silence is an integral part of this retreat.
Prerequisite: A practice of Centering Prayer for three to six months.
7-Day Post Intensive Centering Prayer Retreat – Provides an opportunity for the participants to totally focus on prayer, silence and solitude. The daily schedule includes additional Centering Prayer sessions (in place of videotape viewing), group and private Lectio Divina, silence and solitude in community and celebration of the Eucharist.
Prerequisite: Previous attendance at an 8-day or 10-day Intensive Retreat.
For more information please call: Basha Perez at 407-869-0781 or e-mail Alice Logan at AliceVL@aol.com