Men’s Retreat Weekend

The annual men’s retreat occurs each winter at St. Paul of the Cross Retreat Center in Pittsburgh. The retreat provides a time for a man to step away from the stress of his everyday responsibilities and deepen his relationship with the Lord. It’s also an ideal opportunity to refresh his perspective about how he lives out his Christian life. The retreat is intended primarily for adult men, but college age and high school age young men are welcome, and have often come with their fathers.

Theme: I Have Chosen You
Date: Feb. 1-3, 2019
Location: St. Paul Retreat Center, 148 Monastery Ave., Pgh. PA 15203

Commitment: The retreat starts with dinner on Friday night and ends with Mass about noon on Sunday. The retreat consists of conferences, workshops, daily Mass, opportunities for the Sacrament of Reconciliation, meals and fellowship. Retreatants attend as any or as few of these activities as they choose. First come, first served.  The retreat is popular.  RVSP ASAP.
Cost: Free will offering. $215 suggested.  Or give what you can. First-time retreatants attend for free!
Contact: For more information, please contact either Tom Dionise at 412.364.7322(tomdionise@hotmail.com) or Gerry Kunic at 412.874.6186 (usmcgrk@yahoo.com)

Register one of two ways:
1. Online at www.saintpaulsretreatcenter-pittsburgh.org

2. Email stpaulrcpa@cpprov.org and mail your non-refundable $50 deposit to St. Paul of the Cross Retreat Center, 148 Monastery Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15203


Women’s Retreat Weekend
The annual women’s retreat occurs each spring at St. Paul of the Cross Retreat Center in Pittsburgh. From Friday evening to Sunday afternoon, participants are offered a variety of opportunities to share meals together, receive the sacraments of Reconciliation and Holy Eucharist, and attend conferences. Additionally, a lovely garden is always available for strolling and spending time alone in quiet reflection and prayer. The retreat concludes with Mass on Sunday. Contact Margaret Mullinary at 412-849-0969 for more information.