Diocese of Saginaw

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Click here for detailed information about 2014-2015 Diocese of Saginaw retreats and enrichment opportunities at the Center for Ministry in Saginaw.


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Women’s Day of Recollection

Jenny Klement                                                                                   

Date: December 13, 2014

Time: 9 a.m. – 3:00 pm

Location: Center for Ministry

Cost: $35 (includes lunch)

Life has its exhilarating moments, but it can also seem so ordinary: routine tasks at work . . . washing dishes and folding laundry at home. Even praying over and over for the same family members can begin to feel like a chore! Join musician Jenny Klement for a special day of reflection and renewal. Jenny’s mission is to inspire, affirm and empower women to embrace the God-given beauty and dignity of their womanhood. “Whether we are married, widowed or single . . . whether we are full-time homemakers, full-time career women, or balancing the two . . . could the secret to our greatness lie in doing the little things with great love?”

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To the Shores of Galilee: A Winter Getaway with Jesus  

Dr. Dan and LeAnne Osborn 

Date:   January 24, 2015 

Time:   9 a.m. – 3 p.m. 

Location: Center for Ministry 

Cost:    $35 

Escape the winter blues without the cost of an airline ticket! Using St. Ignatius’ style of imaginative prayer, we will “journey” to the Holy Land, encountering Jesus in the scriptural accounts of his visits to the Sea of Galilee. 

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Lenten Mini-Retreat: Passover of the Lord                                              

Fr. Andy Booms

Date:   February 27 & 28, 2015

Time:   Friday at 7:00 p.m. until Saturday at 3:00 p.m.         

Location: Center for Ministry

Cost:    $55 for commuters (includes reception and lunch);

$95 for lodgers (includes reception, breakfast and lunch)     

This retreat will focus on the three most sacred days of the liturgical year (Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Sunday) by looking carefully at the prayers and traditions of each liturgy. As we travel on our Lenten journey, may it be a special time of grace when we experience the saving power of the Passion of the Lord. Come for prayer . . . come for insight . . . come to surrender to God's will. 

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