Upcoming Retreats

Date: January 28
Time: 4:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Location: Archbishop Brunett Retreat Center at the Palisades

“Betrothed” helps engaged couples prepare for a joyful, lifelong marriage through communication, conflict resolution, and a shared sense of mission.

Date: January 28
Time: 4:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Location: Archbishop Brunett Retreat Center at the Palisades

Led by Fr. Stephen Rowan, this retreat uses Shakespeare to challenge you to find sound reasons for taking wise action and making positive change in your life.

Date: March 18
Time: 4:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Location: Archbishop Brunett Retreat Center

At our baptism, Jesus called us to participate in his offices of Priest, Prophet and King helping our family, parish and community to honor God with right worship, share the…

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Date: March 25
Time: 4:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Location: Archbishop Brunett Retreat Center

Are you stressed? Do you find yourself now more than ever dealing with anxiety and depression on a daily basis? If so, then this retreat may be for you. St. Francis de Sales (1567-1622) was no stranger to anxiety, stress, or depression and he lived during the second wave of the Bubonic Plague in Europe which also claimed the life of his own brother, Bernard. On this retreat weekend we will pray together and learn how St. Francis de Sales suggests we approach issues of anxiety, stress, busyness, workaholism, and sadness through his classic teachings found in his spiritual classic Introduction to the Devout Life.
The annual Salesian women's retreat will be led this year by Fr. Michael Newman, O.S.F.S, who currently serves as the pastor of Holy Family Parish and as chaplain at Siena Heights University.

Date: April 1
Time: 4:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Location: Archbishop Brunett Retreat Center

“Betrothed” invites engaged couples to prepare for a joyful, lifelong marriage. This marriage-prep retreat is designed to impact on the quality of a couples’ communication, conflict resolution, and shared sense of mission.

What is a retreat and why attend one?

Retreats take many forms, but usually involve a weekend away from home and familiar routines, with talks, reflections, and time for prayer and spiritual reading.  The goal of going on retreat is to rekindle and deepen your relationship with Christ.

If you have never attended a retreat before, we invite you to give it a try. You will be surprised how God will move in you in just a brief period of time. Our retreat leaders will help you discover how God is moving in your life and where He can lead you. Best of all, as you deepen your relationship with Christ, you will be ready to return home to your loved ones, transformed and refreshed.