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2023 Men's Retreat Information

Week 16 at St. Paul of the Cross Retreat Center, January 27-29, 2023 The weekend retreat begins on Friday with check-in at 4:30 pm. (Your room will be available at this time.) The first event of the weekend is dinner at 6:30 pm. The retreat concludes on Sunday morning after Mass (the retreat will be completed before noon.) Registered guests will receive a postcard reminder about a week before their retreat.

The theme for 2022-2023 is Seeking Peace: Becoming Peacemakers “Let not your hearts be troubled…Peace I leave with you, my peace I give to you…I have said this to you, that in me you may have peace.” Jn 16:33; 14:27

So many times in Sacred Scripture we hear Jesus extend peace [God’s healing peace] – to individuals, to communities, to crowds…extending peace, calling forth peace, embodying peace.


This peace does not come from outside – but inside – from our communion in faith and love with Jesus, the Prince of Peace. Our world continues to find itself in turmoil, conflict, unrest, fear, anger, confusion. How do we find peace?

Where do we look? How do we respond? This retreat will help us explore this healing Peace that Jesus shares and listen for how he invites us to

respond.


Please register by going to:


For more information about the Retreat, contact our Weekend Retreat

Coordinator, Christine, at (313) 286-2802 or Deacon John Amthor at

734-904-0637, deaconjohn@sacredhearthudson.org.

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