Directors — Bill Barry, SJ; Harry Cain, SJ; Ken Hughes, SJ, Fred Maples, SJ;
In a directed retreat a director is assigned to each retreatant. In meeting the director each day the retreatant is aided in:
Prayerful reflection, often with Sacred Scripture, in an environment of complete silence is the usual setting for this process. There is no preset pattern for a directed retreat. The director and the retreatant try to be sensitive and responsive to where the retreatant is in his or her journey with God. The director’s role is to support the retreatant in the movements of his or her journey as these movements emerge in the retreatant’s prayer. As you prepare to come for your retreat, we invite you to be open and generous in your desire to spend these days with the Lord in quiet recollection.
Please plan to arrive in time for dinner at 5:45 p.m. on the first evening of the retreat. The retreat ends with lunch on the last day. Mass is offered on all but the first day.
Reservations for all directed retreats must be made at least one week before the start of the retreat.
We’ve collected together commonly asked questions about our Retreats. We look forward to seeing you here at Campion Center.
For questions related to Conferences & Retreats at Campion Center please contact Anne Copponi via email or phone 781-419-1337.
January 4, 2019
-January 12, 2019
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