Weekend_Retreats_Photo1Based on the methodology and content of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola, weekend retreats are conducted in an atmosphere of prayerful silence and include Scriptural prayer, daily Mass, generous amounts of time for prayer and personal reflection, Spiritual Direction, Reconciliation and a Healing Mass. Each retreat weekend focuses on a different theme and is designed to help you discover God’s flame within. Silence is maintained between individuals and during meals so that each retreatant has time and space to connect deeply with God. Weekend retreats are offered for men and women.  Some weekends are for both men and women. A typical weekend retreat at Loyola begins on Friday evening with dinner at 6:00pm and ends on Sunday after Mass and lunch around 1:00pm. Weekend_Retreats_Photo2Mid-week retreats are also sometimes offered and follow the same format as a Weekend Retreat.

 

 

 

 


Weekend Retreat Schedule

January 15 – 17, 2021 – WEEKEND RETREAT – The Gift of Desperation

For both Men and Women. We are able to accommodate only 22 people in-person at this time due to COVID-19 restrictions and a minimum of 22 people is required for this retreat to take place. We will not accept walk-ins due to COVID-19.  This retreat is ON-SITE but will also be taking place VIRTUALLY so please indicate on the registration form below whether you will be attending in-person or virtually.  

All COVID safety protocols will be followed.  Click here to see our COVID safety guidelines. 

Led by Fr. Tom Marciniak and Karen Florance
Sponsored by:  Dominic Galdieri

As we begin 2021 and look back on 2020, can we find something to be thankful for? Can the Gift of Desperation move our hearts to Gratitude? Do we believe that every aspect of our lives and world events, even a pandemic, is “somehow” a blessing from God, a reason for gratitude? What does gratitude look like in our time and place for the struggling disciple who truly desires to deepen his or her faith life/spirituality?

Come, join us for a weekend retreat in-person or virtually, as we ponder The Gift of Desperation which can lead us to the Grace of Radical Gratitude.

 

January 22 – 24, 2021 – WEEKEND RETREAT – Freedom and Awareness

For both Men and Women. We are able to accommodate only 20 people in-person at this time due to COVID-19 restrictions and a minimum of 20 people is required for this retreat to take place. We will not accept walk-ins due to COVID-19.  This retreat is ON-SITE but will also be taking place VIRTUALLY so please indicate on the registration form below whether you will be attending in-person or virtually.  

All COVID safety protocols will be followed.  Click here to see our COVID safety guidelines. 

Led by Fr. Kirk Reynolds and Marie Santana
Sponsored by:  Fr. Storck

The Spiritual Exercises invite us to experience and respond to the love of God, showing us how to become free from anything in our lives that could keep us from this life-giving gift. To receive this blessing from the Holy Spirit, we have to become aware of the many ways God speaks to us every day and in every situation. This retreat will address these meaningful Ignatian principles, opening doors for spiritual growth and deeper meaning in your life.

January 29 – 31, 2021 – WEEKEND RETREAT – Ignatian Retreat

For both Men and Women. We are able to accommodate only 20 people in-person at this time due to COVID-19 restrictions and a minimum of 20 people is required for this retreat to take place. We will not accept walk-ins due to COVID-19.  This retreat is ON-SITE but will also be taking place VIRTUALLY so please indicate on the registration form below whether you will be attending in-person or virtually.  

All COVID safety protocols will be followed.  Click here to see our COVID safety guidelines. 

Led by Fr. Steve Pugliese
Sponsored by:  St. Isaac Jogues

This retreat is based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola. Through silence, solitude and Scriptural prayer, this retreat is designed to help you discover God’s life within.

February 5 – 7, 2021 – WEEKEND RETREAT – Ignatian Retreat

For both Men and Women. We are able to accommodate only 20 people in-person at this time due to COVID-19 restrictions and a minimum of 20 people is required for this retreat to take place. We will not accept walk-ins due to COVID-19.  This retreat is ON-SITE but will also be taking place VIRTUALLY so please indicate on the registration form below whether you will be attending in-person or virtually.  

All COVID safety protocols will be followed.  Click here to see our COVID safety guidelines. 

Led by Fr. Steve Pugliese
Sponsored by:  Fr. Washington, Frank vanAlen-Sussex-Union Co. K of C

This retreat is based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola. Through silence, solitude and Scriptural prayer, this retreat is designed to help you discover God's life within.

February 19 – 21, 2021 – WEEKEND RETREAT – Freedom and Awareness

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND THIS RETREAT IN PERSON, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR PROMOTER/AMBASSADOR.  IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND THIS RETREAT VIRTUALLY, PLEASE FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW.  

For both Men and Women. We are able to accommodate only 20 people in-person at this time due to COVID-19 restrictions and a minimum of 20 people is required for this retreat to take place. We will not accept walk-ins due to COVID-19.  This retreat is ON-SITE but will also be taking place VIRTUALLY.  

All COVID safety protocols will be followed.  Click here to see our COVID safety guidelines. 

Led by Fr. Kirk Reynolds and Marie Santana
Sponsored by:  Fr. Shealy

The Spiritual Exercises invite us to experience and respond to the love of God, showing us how to become free from anything in our lives that could keep us from this life-giving gift. To receive this blessing from the Holy Spirit, we have to become aware of the many ways God speaks to us every day and in every situation. This retreat will address these meaningful Ignatian principles, opening doors for spiritual growth and deeper meaning in your life.

March 12 – 14, 2021 – WEEKEND RETREAT – Ignatian Retreat

For both Men and Women. We are able to accommodate only 20 people in-person at this time due to COVID-19 restrictions and a minimum of 20 people is required for this retreat to take place. We will not accept walk-ins due to COVID-19.  This retreat is ON-SITE but will also be taking place VIRTUALLY so please indicate on the registration form below whether you will be attending in-person or virtually.  

All COVID safety protocols will be followed.  Click here to see our COVID safety guidelines. 

Led by Fr. Paul Brian Campbell
Sponsored by:  Pat McGann/ Monmouth-N.Y. Labor-Spotswood K of C-Smith Igoe, Barrett-Milltown K of C, Garibaldi/Tighe-Our Lady of the Mount

This retreat is based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola. Through silence, solitude and Scriptural prayer, this retreat is designed to help you discover God’s life within.

March 19 – 21, 2021 – WEEKEND RETREAT – The Gift of Desperation

For both Men and Women. We are able to accommodate only 20 people in-person at this time due to COVID-19 restrictions and a minimum of 20 people is required for this retreat to take place. We will not accept walk-ins due to COVID-19.  This retreat is ON-SITE but will also be taking place VIRTUALLY so please indicate on the registration form below whether you will be attending in-person or virtually.  

All COVID safety protocols will be followed.  Click here to see our COVID safety guidelines. 

Led by Fr. Tom Marciniak and Karen Florance
Sponsored by:  St. Catharine, Holmdel-St. Justin

As we look back on the year 2020, can we find something to be thankful for? Can the Gift of Desperation move our hearts to Gratitude? Do we believe that every aspect of our lives and world events, even a pandemic, is “somehow” a blessing from God, a reason for gratitude? What does gratitude look like in our time and place for the struggling disciple who truly desires to deepen his or her faith life/spirituality?

Come, join us for a weekend retreat in-person or virtually, as we ponder The Gift of Desperation which can lead us to the Grace of Radical Gratitude.

March 26 – 28, 2021 – WEEKEND RETREAT – Ignatian Retreat

For both Men and Women. We are able to accommodate only 20 people in-person at this time due to COVID-19 restrictions and a minimum of 20 people is required for this retreat to take place. We will not accept walk-ins due to COVID-19.  This retreat is ON-SITE but will also be taking place VIRTUALLY so please indicate on the registration form below whether you will be attending in-person or virtually.  

All COVID safety protocols will be followed.  Click here to see our COVID safety guidelines. 

Led by Fr. Steve Pugliese
Sponsored by:  Joseph M. Bryne-St. Francis Cabrini-St. Rose of Lima-Jesuit Alumni

This retreat is based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola. Through silence, solitude and Scriptural prayer, this retreat is designed to help you discover God’s life within.

April 9 – 11, 2021 – WEEKEND RETREAT – The Gift of Desperation

For both Men and Women. We are able to accommodate only 20 people in-person at this time due to COVID-19 restrictions and a minimum of 20 people is required for this retreat to take place. We will not accept walk-ins due to COVID-19.  This retreat is ON-SITE but will also be taking place VIRTUALLY so please indicate on the registration form below whether you will be attending in-person or virtually.  

All COVID safety protocols will be followed.  Click here to see our COVID safety guidelines. 

Led by Fr. Tom Marciniak and Karen Florance
Sponsored by:  St. Christopher-Dineen-Wall Street-Bergen Co.- St. James-Rockland Co.-Most Blessed Sacrament 

As we look back on 2020, can we find something to be thankful for? Can the Gift of Desperation move our hearts to Gratitude? Do we believe that every aspect of our lives and world events, even a pandemic, is “somehow” a blessing from God, a reason for gratitude? What does gratitude look like in our time and place for the struggling disciple who truly desires to deepen his or her faith life/spirituality?

Come, join us for a weekend retreat in-person or virtually, as we ponder The Gift of Desperation which can lead us to the Grace of Radical Gratitude.

April 16 – 18, 2021 – WEEKEND RETREAT – Freedom and Awareness

For both Men and Women. We are able to accommodate only 20 people in-person at this time due to COVID-19 restrictions and a minimum of 20 people is required for this retreat to take place. We will not accept walk-ins due to COVID-19.  This retreat is ON-SITE but will also be taking place VIRTUALLY so please indicate on the registration form below whether you will be attending in-person or virtually.  

All COVID safety protocols will be followed.  Click here to see our COVID safety guidelines. 

Led by Fr. Kirk Reynolds and Marie Santana
Sponsored by:  Women's Spring

The Spiritual Exercises invite us to experience and respond to the love of God, showing us how to become free from anything in our lives that could keep us from this life-giving gift. To receive this blessing from the Holy Spirit, we have to become aware of the many ways God speaks to us every day and in every situation. This retreat will address these meaningful Ignatian principles, opening doors for spiritual growth and deeper meaning in your life.

April 30 – May 2, 2021 – WEEKEND RETREAT – Ignatian Retreat

For both Men and Women. We are able to accommodate only 20 people in-person at this time due to COVID-19 restrictions and a minimum of 20 people is required for this retreat to take place. We will not accept walk-ins due to COVID-19.  This retreat is ON-SITE but will also be taking place VIRTUALLY so please indicate on the registration form below whether you will be attending in-person or virtually.  

All COVID safety protocols will be followed.  Click here to see our COVID safety guidelines. 

Led by Fr. Steve Pugliese
Sponsored by:  Lovett/Lourdes-St. Luke's-St. Al's, Jersey City-St. Paul's Princeton-Master Christi-Loyola Summit-Morristown K of C-Fordham Alumni

This retreat is based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola. Through silence, solitude and Scriptural prayer, this retreat is designed to help you discover God’s life within.

May 21 – 23, 2021 – WEEKEND RETREAT – The Gift of Desperation

For both Men and Women. We are able to accommodate only 20 people in-person at this time due to COVID-19 restrictions and a minimum of 20 people is required for this retreat to take place. We will not accept walk-ins due to COVID-19.  This retreat is ON-SITE but will also be taking place VIRTUALLY so please indicate on the registration form below whether you will be attending in-person or virtually.  

All COVID safety protocols will be followed.  Click here to see our COVID safety guidelines. 

Led by Fr. Tom Marciniak and Karen Florance
Sponsored by:  St. Catherine, Glen Rock- Mount Carmel, Ridgewood

As we look back on the year 2020, can we find something to be thankful for? Can the Gift of Desperation move our hearts to Gratitude? Do we believe that every aspect of our lives and world events, even a pandemic, is “somehow” a blessing from God, a reason for gratitude? What does gratitude look like in our time and place for the struggling disciple who truly desires to deepen his or her faith life/spirituality?

Come, join us for a weekend retreat in-person or virtually, as we ponder The Gift of Desperation which can lead us to the Grace of Radical Gratitude.

June 4 – 6, 2021 – WEEKEND RETREAT – Ignatian Retreat

For both Men and Women. We are able to accommodate only 20 people in-person at this time due to COVID-19 restrictions and a minimum of 20 people is required for this retreat to take place. We will not accept walk-ins due to COVID-19.  This retreat is ON-SITE but will also be taking place VIRTUALLY so please indicate on the registration form below whether you will be attending in-person or virtually.  

All COVID safety protocols will be followed.  Click here to see our COVID safety guidelines. 

Led by Fr. Paul Campbell
Sponsored by:  Women's June

This retreat is based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola. Through silence, solitude and Scriptural prayer, this retreat is designed to help you discover God’s life within.