Will publish on this page the information on the Annual Diocesan Convocation for Priests and also local and outside retreats opportunities for priests.

We have also listed retreat facilities for personal retreats.
You will find first, scheduled events and then a list of locations for personal and/or group retreats. Visit the links provided to see the events they offer.


2023 Priests’ Silent Retreat
Sponsored by the Ministry to Priests Office
January 30 ~ February 3, 2023
Mother Couderc Retreat House
Our Lady of Divine Providence House of Prayer
711 S. Bayview Ave., Clearwater

Brochure with more information and registration form at this link.  
Registration at this link:  https://tinyurl.com/4xnayr5s


Save the date for the Diocesan:

2023 Priests’ Retreat
Diocesan Priestly Spirituality Through the Lens of St. Matthew’s Gospel with Msgr. Steve Bosso
January 16 – 20, 2023
Bethany Center, Lutz

Brochure with registration at this link.


St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology  
The St. Paul Center is a nonprofit research and educational institute that promotes life-transforming Scripture study from the heart of the Church. The Center serves clergy and laity, students and scholars, with research and study tools— from books and publications to multimedia and online programming.

Upcoming Conference for priests: January 3-6, 2023, La Jolla, CA. 
More information at this link.

Joseph and Mary Retreat House  
The Joseph and Mary Retreat House is a place for priests, bishops, deacons, men and women religious and all the Christian faithful to reflect, pray and rest. They sponsor a variety of retreats: traditional preached retreats, silent and directed retreats, retreats for particular groups, and private retreats. If you wish to schedule time to get away and pray for yourself or a group, please call (847) 566-6060, to make arrangements.

Upcoming retreat:  The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola, July 3 – August 5, 2022.  More information at this link.

Nazareth Retreat Center, Nazareth, KY
Nazareth Retreat Center was founded in 2009 in the long tradition of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth. We are a non-profit ministry dedicated to providing opportunities for peace, prayer, and reflection to all in a beautiful, sacred, and historic setting.
Private and sponsored retreats
Welcome are short visits and long stays depending on availability. Optional meal service is available.
Visit their website at this 
link for more information.

Friends of St. Benedict
Friends of St. Benedict was created (as an independent charitable organization) to continue the Benedictine Experience, which it offers in special, “thin places” around the US and at Canterbury Cathedral in the UK.
The Friends of St. Benedict and its predecessor offers ecumenical programs for clergy and lay people to explore the Rule of Saint Benedict within a community of participants.

Visit their website at this link for more information.

Wisdom House Retreat & Conference Center, Litchfield, CT
Wisdom House is an interfaith retreat and conference center presenting programs in spirituality, wellness, the arts, and ecology, and offering hospitality to academic, civic, nonprofit, and business organizations. We are committed to sustainability, justice, and welcoming people of all backgrounds and beliefs.
Website

St. Benedict’s Monastery, St. Joseph, MN
The Spirituality Center Studium, a ministry of Saint Benedict’s Monastery, St. Joseph, Minnesota, responds to the human longing for God and invites others to join the monastic community in deepening relationships with God, self, others and all creation.
Trusting in the presence of the Holy Spirit and grounded in the Christian Benedictine monastic tradition, the Spirituality Center will be a prophetic and contemplative presence in Central Minnesota.
Website