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Statement Through our ministry of prayer, work,
community and hospitality, we aspire to respond to
the needs of the Catholic Church and the world.
It is our Mission to help all who "Come Away to the
Quiet" recognize the loving guidance of God and the
redeeming love of Jesus in their lives. It is
our goal that every person who visits the Retreat
House will leave with a greater peace and an
enlivened desire to live vibrantly in God's presence
with His people.
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Loyola Retreat House, Inc.
offers you the rare opportunity to step back from
life and be emotionally and spiritually renewed.
Come Away For years, men and women
have come to Loyola in search of peace and a deepened spiritual
awareness. They have come seeking a quiet place to reflect and pray; to
hear the word of God preached by an enlightened and prayerful staff; and
to experience His presence along the wooded paths, or in the quiet of
the chapel. Often, a little time away can give us new eyes, the ability
to see life's problems and challenges from a fresh perspective. The more
hectic our lives become, the more we need to get away for solitary
reflection, and there is no better sanctum around than Loyola Retreat House.
To the Quiet Sitting atop a hill overlooking
farm-land and lakes, away from the noise and congestion of daily life,
Loyola is a perfect spiritual hideaway for the harried city dweller
seeking serenity and peace. The grounds include acres of gardens, fields
and wooded trails - all open invitations to quiet walks and personal,
We're Here for You In the tradition of St.
lay and Religious staff at Loyola are trained professionals. They
are available to guide your retreat, to listen to your problems
or concerns, to act as confessors or spiritual directors, and to
pray with you. Feel free to take full advantage of their
services. Or, if you prefer, you can spend your time at Loyola alone.
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