Where: Toah Nipi Retreat Center in Rindge, NH
The Connections Retreat is Campus Ministry’s annual retreat for first-year students. Spend a weekend having fun, growing in faith, and learning about life at PC. Take a break from the busyness of starting college, form new friendships, and reflect on the role of God in your life. Make great connections with upper-class student leaders and other new students! Enjoy a weekend of canoeing, s’mores around a bonfire, time for prayer, a fresh outlook on college, and great food. Transportation and lodging are provided. The dates for the 2018 Connections Retreat are: September 14-16, 2018.
Every Fall, Campus Ministry sponsors a Men’s Wilderness Retreat. This year’s retreat will take place October 19th – 21st at Manadnock State Park – Gilson Pond Area in Jaffrey, New Hampshire. There will be opportunities for Mass and confession in addition to beautiful hike of Mt. Monadnock, campfires, cooking, and camaraderie.
Space is limited, so please register today at: https://prov.ly/menswilderness-18 For more information contact Fr. Bonaventure Chapman, O.P. (email@example.com) or JP Manning (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Women’s Wilderness Retreat takes place on October 19-21 in Taconic State Park, in Copake Falls, New York. The retreat is open to all women on campus, including those who grew up hiking and those who have never slept in a tent before. This two-night experience includes a vigorous hike in the White Mountains, tent camping, fellowship around the campfire, Mass on Alander Mountain, and adoration in the woods. The theme for the weekend is, “Beauty will save the world.” (The Idiot, Dostoevsky)
Space is limited to 25 student with online registration at: https:provly.womenswilderness-18. For more information contact, Caroline Hancock email@example.com or Sister Anne Frances, O.P. firstname.lastname@example.org
Seniors – our second annual one day Senior Retreat is taking place this fall!
We will head to scenic Camp Watchaug in Charlestown, RI on Saturday, November 3rd for a day of prayer, discussion, and time to relax off campus.
Senior year includes unique challenges, times of reflection on the future, and the opportunity to finish your time at PC well – we hope to give you the time to enter more deeply into these topics during the day. Don’t miss out on a great day with your peers at a beautiful spot on Watchaug Pond!
We are thrilled to introduce our first ever Silent Retreat, by popular demand of many of our students. Join us for an opportunity to begin the spring semester in quiet prayer with our Lord at Cathedral Camp retreat center in Freetown, Massachusetts on January 12th and 13th, 2019.
This retreat will be unique in many ways from other retreats. Other than talks by the Dominicans and our campus ministers and the Mass, the retreat will made in silence. No small groups, icebreakers, or games, but time to pray quietly in front of the Lord in Eucharistic Adoration, reflect on your upcoming semester, and experience God’s presence in a new and powerway way.
We challenge you to join us for this memorable weekend. Please contact JP Manning at email@example.com with more questions. Registration will open soon!
Attention sophomores! Looking to get away for a weekend to grow closer to the Class of 2021 and God? Our Lighthouse Retreat is for you.
Join us February 23rd and 24th, 2019 at beautiful Camp Woodstock in CT for games, witness talks from upperclassmen about their experiences of sophomore year at PC, prayer, great food, and a weekend away from campus! Please contact campus minister JP Manning (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Allyse Gruslin (email@example.com) waith any questions!
Registration will open at the beginning of the spring semester.
Encounter with Christ 38 will take place April 5th – 7th, 2019 at our new location: Cathedral Camp in Freetown, Massachusetts.
The Encounter with Chris is open to all PC students. This unique retreat brings together many different people who are in different places in their lives and places in their walk with God. The retreat is led by students who have participated in Encounter before and provides participants with opportunities for individual and group prayer, powerful witness talks from PC students, Mass, Confession, and so much more! It is a great opportunity to take a weekend away from the busy life of the PC campus and have time for prayer, reflection, and community building.
Registration for this retreat will open in February 2019.