The Silent Retreat begins on Sunday, June 27 with 6:00 p.m. supper, and ends with 10 a.m. brunch on Saturday, July 3.
A silent directed retreat is a great way to reconnect with God. It is an opportunity outside of our everyday life that gives us time to rest in God’s love, to understand more deeply who we are, and who God is calling us to be. We do not always realize how much of our life is filled with noise, thoughts, and busy-ness. Silence makes room for listening, for response, and for contemplation.
A silent directed retreat is designed to provide time and space for prayer and solitude. There will be opportunity to meet daily with a spiritual director, providing time to reflect on your spiritual journey and the presence and action of God in your life.
Cost: $560. Includes on-site private room and meals, and access to the beautiful contemplative spaces at the Center, including the grounds and Genesis Arboretum.
Facilitators (L to R):
Nancy C. Kehoe, RSCJ, PhD.; Janet Weber, RSCJ
Nancy C. Kehoe, RSCJ, PhD., is a member of the Religious of the Sacred Heart. She is a part-time Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and has been affiliated with the Cambridge Health Alliance since 1976. Her area of expertise is religion and spirituality in the clinical context. For thirty-three years, using a model she created, Dr. Kehoe has led groups on spiritual beliefs and values for adults with psychiatric disabilities. She currently consults with healthcare providers in mental health and geriatric settings.
Janet Weber, RSCJ, is a member of the Religious of the Sacred Heart with a background in the arts, international education and anthropology. She holds a doctorate from Columbia University, and is certified and experienced in spiritual direction, retreat work and supervision. This artist, poet and contemplative believes in the many ways God has given us a sharing in the divine creative energy.