495 St. Joseph Way
Jesus of Nazareth came that ALL might have life, and have it “to the full,” yet our lives and our world can so often seem mired in brokenness.
The contradiction can leave us feeling alone and hopeless – how are we to live?
How do we understand or make peace with these contradictions?
What do we have to offer to our world in this time of confusion and ache?
You are not alone!
Come away with us to a quiet and safe place to hold these questions together, even as we are being held by Him.
If you feel attracted to participate, but are unsure of the style of this retreat, we urge you to lean in and give it a go!
Our commitment is to provide a safe, nurturing environment that will allow us to grow our faith and deepen our spirituality together. Knowing a bit about each participant will help us prepare.
If you are interested in this retreat, please provide as much information as you feel comfortable in sharing. These responses will be kept confidential.
Our retreat weekend is intended for women in active recovery from addiction, and will offer space and support through rest, contemplative practice and community.
Friday, Nov. 17 at 6 p.m. through Sunday, Nov. 19 at 12 p.m.
Trinity Retreat House at St. Joseph Spirituality Center (located behind the Sisters of St. Joseph Motherhouse in Baden)
$125 includes meals and lodging. Financial aid is available!
Dr. Mark Guy, MD, and Kathy Fletcher Wray, St. Joseph Spirituality Center Director