A Lenten Retreat in the Ignatian Tradition
March 22 - March 24$255.00
The Angel Gabriel reminds an astonished Virgin Mary that all things are possible for God. While we might believe this to be true in Mary’s case, it is sometimes difficult to accept this Good News in our own lives and hearts – especially amid the demands and challenges of our daily lives. Come away for a weekend retreat this Lent to get in touch with the desires of your heart and the gifts that God has promised for those who love Him – like all of us! Let this retreat experience be a gift you give yourself and a way of celebrating a holy and meaningful Lent this year.
Participants will enjoy inspiring presentations on Lenten themes with time for quiet prayer as well as evening socializing with friends and colleagues from Jesuit parishes, schools, and alumni networks. There will be opportunities for the celebration of Mass, the Sacraments of Reconciliation, and Anointing of the Sick, one-on-one spiritual direction, and Eucharistic Adoration.
Established in 1958, Loyola on the Potomac is a Jesuit Retreat House in Southern Maryland built on a bluff overlooking the Potomac River and is surrounded by 235 acres of rolling woodland. The retreat house includes 2 beautiful chapels, comfortable lounges and sitting rooms and 70 individual bedrooms (each with a half bath). Loyola also has a small fitness room, bookstore, hiking trails and outdoor Stations of the Cross pathways for retreatants to enjoy.
Registration will open on January 12, 2024. The cost is $255.00 per person.
To register, please visit https://forevergreen.loyola.edu/register/ignatian-lenten-retreat-2024