Mission Retreat

St. Gregory the Great Mission Retreat

Mission Retreat invites individuals into a fuller understanding of their faith and a deeper relationship with the Lord. You will experience great talks, liturgy and devotions, music, fellowship, and food.

"In 2007 I was ready to go on a road trip for work. God had other plans for me and a different kind of road trip. I signed up for Mission and never looked back. Mission was a week of inspiration and searching. This was smack dab in the middle of my journey of conversion-the path that God had/has set for me. Mission did this for me. I love this week with all my being and look forward to the continued journey and the inspiration that I witness in others making this commitment. I know that if you sign up for Mission and complete the week God will bless you in ways the world cannot.I look forward seeing you all there. Peace to you on your journey." Jeff, Mission XXII.

"Mission. What does that mean? What does it mean to make it? What does it mean to me as a Catholic and struggling disciple of Christ? I was asking myself all these questions two years ago as I was longing to find greater faith and spiritual meaning in my life. The answer of course is to Go and Find out. Christ had put that thought into my heart. I knew to have grace flow that I also needed to take some concrete action. The Holy Spirit ended up pulling me to that Mission - kicking and screaming. I thought of every excuse not to go, but when my calendar somehow opened up, I received an invite, and the window presented myself, I went for what I thought would be just one night to see what it was all about. After that, there was no looking back. From the warm welcome coming in, to fellow parishioners and travelers sharing their faith, I decided then and there to STAY for the week. I can honestly say that one of the MOST important religious experiences I have ever had, was during that Mission week. If you'd like to know what that was, come and see me July 14th -20th and continue on your own faith Journey." Dan, Mission XXXVI