Oblate-Directed Retreats & Events

2019

  • SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21: Serving the Altar of Mercy: an altar servers retreat

    (for Altar Servers) An uplifting retreat where you can gather with your peers and learn how to renew, strengthen, and understand your ministry to the Church. Let your Catholic roots be your compass as you personally become a server of “Mercy” at the Altar.

  • SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3: MT. ST. JOSEPH fall Pancake Breakfast

    (All are Welcome) A long-standing fall tradition

  • December 3, 4 or 5: Advent Retreat

    (for 5th Grade Catholic School Students) Teachers and students enjoy this one day retreat together to understand and appreciate the Advent season with our theme “Come, Let us climb the Lord’s mountain” (Isaiah 2:3)

  • SATURDAY, December 7: ADVENT RETREAT

    (for 1st thru 5th Grade Elementary School Students) Enjoy this one day retreat that will help you understand and appreciate the season of Advent. Our theme this year is “Come, Let us climb the Lord’s mountain” (Isaiah 2:3)

  • SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15: Advent LUNCHEON/gaudete sunday

    Rejoice! and join us for this annual luncheon event. A lovely seasonal gathering of friends in fellowship, complete with a delicious lunch and joyous surprises aligned with Gaudete Sunday!

2020

  • january 17 to 19: FREEDOM TO Love retreat

    (ages 18-35) A highly demanded offering expressly for young adults, introducing the concepts and principles of Theology of the Body.

  • thursday, February 27: lenten retreat

    (for 7th Grade Catholic School Students) Teachers and students immerse themselves in the season of Lent focusing on a turning point understanding that it is more than “giving something up.”

  • Saturday, February 29: lenten retreat

    (for Middle School Students) Students immerse themselves in the season of Lent focusing on a turning point understanding that it is more than “giving something up.”

  • March 4, 11, 18 & 25: St. joseph & the lives of the saints

    (for All Ages) Four Wednesday evenings for those who wish to deepen their Lenten journey with St. Joseph.

  • april 18 to 19: Going out into the deep

    (ages 18-35) Cultivate spiritual discipline at this focused retreat which will explore a variety of spiritual practices within the Catholic tradition for over 2,000 years. Break open the treasure while striving for deeper spirituality and a closer relationship with God.

  • Friday, April 24: Pastoral care retreat: RISE UP! Being a Resurrected People

    (Adults in Ministry) A day retreat designed for pastoral care ministers to the homebound, hospitalized or dying and those seeking to enhance their care and compassion towards those in need of spiritual and physical healing.

  • Sunday, May 3: Mt. ST. Joseph spring Pancake Breakfast

    (All are Welcome) A long-standing spring tradition