St. Frances de Sales tells us that the key to a joyful, energetic way of life for God and others is to never tire of starting over again. This retreat will be a walk with Mary, the Saints, and saints in the making, highlighting the virtue of perseverance. We will show how Mary and the saints witnessed many ways to live life with energy for God and others, even in the worst of circumstances! Our call to holiness motivates us to be focused, energized, and joyful, thus growing in the life of the Holy Spirit.
Teresa Monaghen, AO, and Monsignor Andrew J. Vaccari, from Brooklyn, NY, directors in the Pro Sanctity Movement, will be your guides on this retreat. It is co-sponsored by the Pro Sanctity Movement, and includes talks, times of silence, Adoration, Sacrament of Reconciliation, Holy Mass both Saturday and Sunday and spiritual direction.
(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 total cost includes a program fee, which is non-refundable, but which can be used for future retreats.
Monsignor Andrew J. Vaccari is a priest and pastor in the Diocese of Brooklyn, NY. He is an experienced retreat director and spiritual director for over 25 years and is the National Spiritual Advisor of the Pro Sanctity Movement.
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.