Days of Reflection
Unless otherwise stated, all Days of Reflection begin with light refreshments & registration at 8:30 a.m.
First Session begins promptly at 9 a.m. The day concludes at 2:30 p.m.
If you wish to stay a night in conjunction with the Day of Reflection, you may do so at a discounted rate depending on room availability. Please call in advance for room availability and reservations.
All weekend retreats begin on Friday evening and end on Sunday before noon.
Meals are provided Saturday and Sunday morning.
All bed and bath linens are provided.
Personal items such as soap, shampoo, hair dryers, etc are not provided.
- Cash, checks and money orders are welcome. Credit card payments may be made online by registering using the links below.
Dec. 9: The annual Advent Dinner with Msgr. Louis Pavlicek
Our annual Advent Dinner will be held on Dec. 9. We will begin at 6:30 p.m. with wine and cheese, followed by dinner and a presentation. Msgr. Louis Pavlicek will be our guest speaker. The cost is $25. Click here to register.
Jan. 17: Love Among the Ruins: The Book of Hosea
Join us as Father Angelo Bertini takes an in depth look at the Prophet Hosea. Hosea’s marital problems parallels God’s relationship with Israel. The theme of Hosea’s preaching is divine love that is misunderstood by the people on whom it is lavished. What is our relationship with God like? And how do we understand unconditional love? Cost is $35 and includes lunch.
Feb. 6-8: Fireside Reflection: I Begin Now!
I Begin Now! Three simple words to remind us to live in the present time in the “presence of God.” Life can teach us many lessons if we take time to ponder and be aware. We will look at events in our lives (challenges, obstacles and victories) and see what God is teaching us from the past to carry over into the present moment where He dwells and invites us to be one with Him. Brian Egan, Beverly Collin and Father Angelo Bertini will present this weekend. Cost is $160 shared room, $195 private room, $85 commuter rate.
Feb. 17: Ash Wednesday
The real sign of Lent is not the ashes but the cross. Jesus says, “If anyone wants to become my followers, let them deny themselves, take up their cross and follow me” (Mk 8:35). Begin this Lenten journey by coming to Cedarbrake and reflecting on the challenges Jesus lays before us. We will begin with Mass and the distribution of ashes. Brian Egan, Beverly Collin and Father Angelo Bertini will present this retreat. Cost is $35 and includes lunch.