Marquette Experience is rooted in the Jesuit ideals which shape Marquette as a university community. It provides an opportunity to reflect on one’s college and life experience in light of these ideals. This retreat includes reflections from student leaders on their experience of Ignatian spirituality and life at Marquette. Small group conversations, opportunities to pray, and explore together all lead to a warm and vibrant community on this retreat. This is a great chance to get off campus and spend some time with your fellow students!
Sophomore through senior students of all faiths are welcome.
On this retreat, you will find yourself;
St. Vincent Palotti Retreat Center, Elkhorn, WI
The Pallotti Center is a short 40 minute drive Southwest of Milwaukee in quiet, farm country. It is on a small, wooded acreage with access to short walking paths. The Retreat Center itself is just like home. The main building is a refurbished home with many quaint bedrooms and corners to find for quiet prayer. It also includes a conference room with a fire place, dormitory sleeping for 30, and a chapel. The promise of home cooked meals by have always been a draw on this retreat!
Meet at Campus Ministry (AMU 236) at 5 p.m., Friday
Return to Marquette by 1 p.m., Sunday
$50 for all transportation, food and lodging for the entire weekend.
What to pack for this retreat:
Other items you might want to bring:
Registration closed February 25. If you would like to be placed on a waiting
list, click here.
For any questions or for further information, please contact:
Campus Ministry, AMU 236
P.O. Box 1881
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881