Retreat Guides

Teacher and Lord: A Lenten Retreat Guide on the Last Supper

During the first centuries of Christianity, the forty days leading up to Holy Week took on a special significance. Those forty days are called Lent, a name taken from the Old English... Read More

The Christmas Apostle: A Retreat Guide on St. John the Evangelist

St. John the Evangelist, more than any other of the Eleven Apostles, was wonderfully fascinated by the amazing, marvelous event of God becoming man and living among us. His writings... Read More

Love One Another: A Retreat Guide on St. Thérèse’s Little Way of Charity

Written by Fr. John Pietropaoli, LC and presented by Fr. John Bartunek, LC, SThD Christ’s great commandment is that we love one another as he has loved us. Inasmuch as we live... Read More

A Virgin’s Courage: A Retreat Guide on St. Kateri Tekakwitha

In most parts of the world, the Church is right now undergoing “difficult moments.” And so, our pursuit of holiness is right now “even more urgent.” This Retreat Guide... Read More

The Mystery of Eternal Love: A Retreat Guide on the Blessed Trinity

According to Pope Benedict XVI, as human beings we have imprinted upon our spiritual DNA a profound mark of the Trinity, of God as Love. For we are created in the image and likeness... Read More

The Faithful Steward: A Lenten Retreat Guide on St. Joseph

Why is St. Joseph such a popular patron, such an important figure for Catholics of all times and places? What do we really know about him? What does he have to teach us about... Read More

The One Thing Needed
A Retreat Guide on Martha and Mary

Today’s world offers us so much!  Wherever we go, products and possibilities battle raucously for our attention and our commitment.  Visual noise, mind noise, noise noise…... Read More

Be Not Afraid: A Retreat Guide on
St. John Paul II

When Karol Wojtyla, the Archbishop of Krakow, Poland, emerged onto the balcony of St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome after being chosen by the conclave of cardinals as Pope John Paul... Read More

Unleashing the Power of Pentecost
A Retreat Guide on the Holy Spirit

With Pentecost, a new liturgical season will begin. Every new liturgical season is a spiritual fresh start, a spiritual clean slate. God is already getting ready for it – preparing... Read More

Do I Need a Savior? An Advent Retreat Guide on the Prophet Isaiah

Advent and Christmas are supposed to be joyful seasons, because the thought of a new beginning can fill us with hope. We all need fresh starts in life, because we all make mistakes.... Read More

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