Take a Break Weekend Retreat with Sr. Madeline Gregg, fcJ

The weekend is specifically tailored to the needs of the individual given what they are seeking, the desires of their heart and where the Lord is leading the person. Take a Break Weekend Directed Retreats are for groups of seven (7). Even though you are with others, you live your own rhythm for prayer, rest and relaxation. We spent most of the day in silence, simply paying attention to God. The only conversation, beyond the opening and closing sessions, is during schedule meetings with a Spiritual Director. During that time, you listen together for how God’s Spirit is leading you in prayer life. Our silent directed retreat is Ignatian in approach in that Scriptures is usually the primary focus for prayer over the life of Christ.  The retreat includes two (2) one-on-one meetings with a Spiritual Director. Weekends begin with dinner on Friday evening and conclude with lunch on Sunday.


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Take a Break Weekend Retreat with Sr. Madeline Gregg, fcJ

at FCJ Retreat & Conference Centre

  • Nov 3, 2017 - Nov 5, 2017 (3 days)

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