"I Came that They Might Have Life and Have it more Abundantly." (John 10:10)


This retreat for women will help, at any stage of your life, to learn the fine art of listening and responding deeply to God’s call in your life.  It offers many useful tools to draw from the wellspring of life that, as Jesus tells us, gushes forth within us.  Teresa Monaghen, AO, Father Thomas Leitner, OSB, and a team of consecrated life members will present various aspects of discernment, share life stories, and give a chance for personal input and reflection. The schedule will include silence, Mass, Confession, fellowship, brief conferences, and spiritual direction with retreat directors.  Teresa Monaghen is a local, national and international counselor on the boards of the Apostolic Oblates and the moderator of her community in Omaha.  She holds an STB in Theology from Rome, Italy, and a MA in Christian Spirituality from Creighton University, Omaha.  She has forty years of experience giving retreats and spiritual direction to people of all ages and backgrounds. 
 
Cost:
$201.74 Single
$184.38 Double
(Includes Program Fee, Guest Room, Meals and Taxes)

**If you are exempt from Nebraska state taxes, would like to arrive earlier or depart later, or require special meal arrangements, please contact us. Cancellation Policy: The program fee includes an amount of $25, which is non-refundable, but which can be used for future retreats.

Teresa Monaghen 

Teresa Monaghen 

Teresa Monaghen is a local, national and international counselor on the boards of the Apostolic Oblates and the moderator of her community in Omaha. She holds an STB in Theology from Rome, Italy, and a MA in Christian Spirituality from Creighton University, Omaha. She has forty years of experience giving retreats and spiritual direction to people of all ages and backgrounds. 

Fr. Thomas Leitner, OSB

Fr. Thomas Leitner, OSB

 

 

Father Thomas Leitner, OSB, holds a Master’s of Religious Studies from St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO, and serves as administrator of St. Benedict Center.