Lenten Retreat in Daily Life

FAITH

RETREATS

February 27 - April 10, 2017

On campus. Free. 6 weeks long. The Lenten Retreat in Daily Life is one-of-a-kind.
Weekend retreats get all the glory—and they’re great!—but sometimes the best way to find God in day-to-day life is to go on retreat in day-to-day life. That’s where the Lenten Retreat in Daily Life comes in.

Retreatants come together for an opening prayer service and commit to at least 15 minutes of daily prayer. Each retreatant is assigned a Spiritual Companion or Director who you’ll meet with weekly to talk about how both your prayer and your life are going. At the end of the retreat, everyone regathers to reflect on how the retreat has produced fruit in their lives.

That’s it. But it is amazing what can happen through regular daily commitment to spiritual growth! Retreatants report everything from a steady deepening of faith to a reclaiming of silence in their lives to truly transformative experiences.
Come on the Lenten Retreat in Daily Life and see what God has planned for you.

Open to:

All students, both undergraduate and graduate, of the Marquette community.

Cost:

Free!

Location:

This retreat takes place entirely on campus. Opening and closing prayer services will be at the Chapel of the Holy Family; Spiritual Direction/Conversation will typically take place in your Director or Companion’s office, or in reserved rooms in the AMU.

Schedule:

Opening Prayer Service: Monday, February 27, 5:00pm, Chapel of the Holy Family
Spiritual Direction/Conversation: Once per week for four weeks at a time that works for both you and your Direction/Companion.
Closing Prayer Service: Monday, April 10, 5:00pm, Chapel of the Holy Family

Registration:

Registration for the Lenten Retreat in Daily Life will open on Tuesday, January 17.

For any questions or for further information, please contact:

Sara Knutson
Campus Ministry, AMU 236
P.O. Box 1881
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881
(414) 288-3689


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