Loyola offers weekend and one week retreats as well as Summer and Holy Week retreats.
Be renewed in energy, in spirituality, and in your relationship with God.
Surrounded by acres of lawns, gardens and pathways through the trees, you are
invited to discover and deepen your relationship to God, Jesus, and the Spirit,
and to rediscover yourself through prayer, silence, reflection, and rest.
It’s not what you bring, it’s what you take home. How often do you get the
opportunity to remove yourself from your daily activities and give yourself
the gift of silent reflection. St. Ignatius taught us that it is in silent
prayer that you become completely aware of God’s presence in your life.
And without the distractions of everyday.
Although we are a Catholic retreat house in the Ignatian tradition, we welcome
men and women of all faiths to our silent, conference retreats. All of our rooms
are private. Our facility is handicapped accessible.
Through prayer and reflection, taking notice of areas of unforgiveness that remain in our lives.
Praying with Old and New Testament marriage imagery as it describes our
relationship with God. We will learn of, discover, and own through prayer,
living commitment in love and fidelity to each of us, to our spouses and
families, and all of creation. We will use the words of the prophets and
the words of Jesus as they describe and give witness to this wonderful, faithful,
eternal love of God for us and with us.
Our Relationship with God and One Another
"My love for you is an everlasting love. Come follow me."
We will reflect on the ways that God has shown his love for us by the
gifts that he has bestowed on us, the qualities that are ours, the
talents and abilities and the relationships that we are blessed with.
Freedom is also one of God’s gifts. We will look at the challenge
that faces each one of us to use that freedom to grow in our knowledge
and love of God and one another, and the need for growth in freedom in
order to be able to say yes to God’s invitation – "Come follow
A retreat focusing on finding and living the Eucharist in daily life.
Presentations trace the origins and history of the Eucharist as we know
it today back to the foot of Mt. Sinai, through Old Testament prophets,
Jesus and the Last Supper/Crucifixion/Resurrection, into our present
experiences of meals and sacrifice, which link our lived experiences to
the Eucharist. By way of pertinent Gospel passages, retreatants will be
asked to reflect on/pray about a) what it looks like in their lives to be
"bread broken" and "blood poured out" for others; b) how meals and
sacrifices have been such integral parts of their lives and how this
relates them to the ‘meal and sacrifice’ of the Eucharist; and c) what
LIVING the Eucharist might look like from a ‘post Resurrection’
Understanding the virtue of obedience as listening to and for God in my life.
Praying with the Saints
Learning to pray with those through whom God has taught
the Church throughout the centuries.
Finding God in All Things
Praying through Scripture and my life story.
God's Word In My Life
Scriptural examples enrich my understanding of my own call, companions, and commitment.
Revovery - Matt Talbot Retreat
Various Retreat Masters
A retreat for those in recovery. A prayerful meditation on recovery
– from addiction to the gift of sobriety. Weaving together
the 12 steps, recovery literature, the experience, strength and
hope of those in recovery, and faith in God as Higher Power,
coming to own and deepen the great gift of sobriety.
Spiritual Exercises/Spiritual Insights
Using insights from the Spiritual exercises and
Scripture, praying from forgiveness to life in Christ.
Healing - Wholeness - Wellness
Body, Mind, & Spirit: Moving Toward Wholeness. "May the God of peace make you
perfectly holy and may you entirely, spirit, soul, and body, be preserved blameless for the coming of our Lord, Jesus Christ."
A Just Faith
A faith lived out with God’s justice.
Summer Preached Retreats
Group talks orienting your prayer are given each day. The retreat includes daily Mass, the Sacrament of Reconciliation, the Sacrament of the Sick, and plenty of time for private prayer. Open to all.
Retreat includes individual daily meeting with a spiritual director, daily Mass, the Sacrament of Reconciliation, the Sacrament of the Sick, and plenty of time for private prayer. These retreats are for those who are experienced with sharing their interior life and with prior experience of spiritual direction.
Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius
Retreat includes daily meeting with spiritual director, several days of prayer disposing retreatant for the retreat, approximately 30 days in the retreat itself, and several days at the end to appropriate the experience. This retreat is for those who have had spiritual directions for several years, are capable of sharing their interior experience, and are able to reside at the retreat house for the duration of the retreat.