A Weekend Retreat for Married Couples based on the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius
Marriage Retreats are designed to be quiet and reflective times for couples to focus on God, each other, prayer and spiritual growth. The retreat includes reflections on marriage with opportunities for reconciliation, spiritual dialogue, couples time and adoration. The program is designed to give couples concrete tools to help deepen their understanding of themselves and their relationship, and the opportunity to have conversations that help a marriage flourish.
A special presentation will be given by Dr. Gregory Bottaro, the Founder and Director of the CatholicPsych Institute. The presentation materials will be available at The Marriage Inventory.
|Arrival||Nov 7, 2020 @8:30am | first Meditation 9:00am|
|Departure||Nov 8, 2020 @2:00pm | after 1:00pm Mass|
|Accommodations||Water’s Edge Resort and Spa|
|1525 Boston Post Rd, Westbrook, CT 06498|
|Cost||$585 per couple includes meals and retreat materials|
|*All incidental fees (upgrades, alcohol, etc) will go on your card|
|Special Option||For an additional $129, arrive Friday and 20% off spa treatment|
|To reserve Friday, contact Karen Robidoux or (860) 577 3540|
|**No Refunds Registration Policies|
|Contactsemail@example.com or (914) 244 3685|
The “Pathway to a Blessed Marriage” retreat offers you a rare opportunity to reflect together on God’s plan for your lives, renew your marital love and deepen your spiritual intimacy. 30 hours to a more loving marriage – you, your spouse and Christ!
A beautiful gift for the love of your life on Christmas, an anniversary or a birthday!
Jeff and Val Sprague will be the host couple.
|•||directed meditations based on the themes & dynamics of the Spiritual Exercises|
|•||conferences focused on enhancing your dialogue with God & with each other|
|•||ample time for couples to reflect & examine together|
|•||step by step instructions & guidance in the Ignatian exercises|
|•||opportunities to receive the Sacraments & quiet time for adoration together|