Group 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 Silent 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 after lunch on Sunday.


$240.00 for the weekend



Quiet Group Weekend Retreat Form


Use this form if you wish to attend one of our quiet group weekend retreats.




Winter/Spring 2023



January 27-29 — Men & Women

Sudoku, Wordle, Word Search


We are sorry but this retreat has been canceled.



February 10-12 — Couples

Loving as God Loves


Fr. Ed Kinerk, S.J. & Paula Sapienza


Love consists in a mutual sharing between lover and beloved. We will reflect upon and pray with the concrete ways God shares God’s very self with two people trying to become one, one with God and one with one another. We will focus on God’s presence and grace in this most important instance of the coming of the Kingdom. This retreat will not be silent.



March 3-5 — Nam & Nữ

Chữa Lành Những Tổn Thương Cảm Xúc


Fr. Hanh Pham, S.J.


Có một khác biệt lớn giữa sự hiểu biết và thừa nhận tầm quan trọng của những tổn thương cảm xúc.  Những vết sẹo cảm xúc thường ở lại rất lâu nơi mỗi người.  Nó làm cản trở những phát triển về tình cảm, tâm lý và tâm linh nơi mỗi người.  Từ đó, nó tạo ra những thái độ và thành kiến, dẫn đến những tức giận, hận thù, xung khắc và bạo lực liên miên giữa các cá nhân và giữa các nhóm.  Khóa tĩnh tâm này là cơ hội để mọi người cùng đồng hành với nhau, để thấy mình không đơn độc trong đau khổ, và đặc biệt dưới sự hướng dẫn của Chúa Giêsu, vị lương y đầy từ tâm, sẽ giúp mọi người đối diện với những vết thương đã hoành hành trong tâm hồn của mình bao lâu nay để được chữa lành và để được tự do.  Khóa tĩnh tâm sẽ do Lm. Phạm Đức Hạnh hướng dẫn và dành cho nam nữ từ 20 tuổi trở lên.



March 10-12 — Young Adults

Faith That Does Justice


Fr. Tom Cwik, S.J.


More than a slogan, we will examine how faith can sustain our work for justice. Christian understanding informs Catholic principles and social teaching. Various organizations and people of faith attempt to shape public policy according to Christian understanding and Catholic principles. How can prayer and faith sustain us in this work?  How does faith propel us in political life, social movements, and policy-making?  What is just policy? A just economy? A just ecology?



March 24-26 — Women

Forgive Us as We Forgive


Sr. Eileen Currie, M.S.C.


We pray for this grace every time we say the Our Father. We have experiences of both giving and receiving forgiveness.  How might our living this gift of giving and receiving forgiveness impact our world today?



April 6-9 — Men & Women

Easter Triduum


Fr. Ed Kinerk, 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 the Easter Vigil, there will be optional daily presentations.  The retreat begins at 7:00 P.M. on Holy Thursday (5:30 P.M. dinner available for those who wish) and ends after breakfast on Easter Sunday.  There is also an Easter Sunday Mass at 10:00 A.M. for those who wish to stay.  Offering: $360.


April 14-16 — Men & Women



Fr. Ed Kinerk, S.J.


Modern physics is changing the perspective we have on the world and universe in which we dwell.  Far from clashing with Revelation, science gives us a new and even more exciting context to understand Revelation and God’s plan for us.  Presentations will include non-technical descriptions of modern cosmology, a deeper understanding of human freedom, and above all the importance of Christ in our universe and our lives.

This is not a silent retreat.



April 21-23 — Men & Women

Black Catholic Retreat:

Transformed by Christ’s Love: The Healing Power of Forgiveness


Fr. Chuck Wood


Jesus asks, “Do you want to be healed?” Fr. Chuck Wood, a priest of the Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon and a member of the African American Catholic Community of Oregon (AACCO), will help us explore authentic responses to this question.


He will lead us in examining the healing power of Christ when we embrace forgiveness in order to move beyond our woundedness.  Sponsored by the Office of Black Catholic Ministry of the Archdiocese of Denver, this retreat is open to all!



May 5-7 — Men & Women

Your Faith Has Saved You


Paula Sapienza


We are sorry but this retreat has been canceled.



May 26-28 — 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.  He is currently a retreat director at Manresa House of Retreats in Covenant, LA.




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 concludes after lunch on Sunday. Early reservations are advised.


Suggested offering: $240 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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Retreat House Closed:


  • August 27 through September 4, 2023