Avila Retreat Center

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Avila Retreat Center
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711 Mason Rd
Durham, NC 27712
(919) 477-1285
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St. Ignatius of Loyola Retreat Friday September 9, 6:00pm to Sunday September 11, 2016, 12:30pm at Avila Retreat Center, 711 Mason Rd, Durham, NC 27712. The Retreat is open to both men and women. Overview: This Ignatian weekend retreat will provide a 'flavor' for this body of official Church teaching that has been a part of the magisterium's teaching dating back to 1891. It will be based on Old Testament and New Testament passages as well as excerpts from various official documents, such as Vatican II, select papal encyclicals, pastoral letters of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, and a Church Synod of Bishops. Retreat Facilitator: Fr. Kirk Reynolds S.J. Most of his priestly life has been divided between parish and retreat work. His parish work consisted of five years in a formerly Jesuit and predominantly Hispanic, Church of the Nativity on the lower East Side of Manhattan and eight years (the last seven as pastor) at St. Anthony Parish on Long Island, New York. Fr. Reynolds spent two years (’84-’86) at St. Ignatius Retreat House in Manhasset, N.Y., giving retreats and doing spiritual direction. He has been on the staff of Loyola Jesuit Center in Morristown, N.J., since September of 2000, where he continues his retreat and spiritual direction ministry. Cost $160 per person residential, $80 commuting. Most rooms shared occupancy. Please click on Sign Up button below or Contact Jim Hynes (919-942-6237) to reserve a space or for more information.

That is January 20 to 22 , 2017.

Made a mistake - the most recent post on ART,SPIRIT, REST workshop had wrong dates - they are January 20 to 22. Thanks!

Wintry Mix: ART, SPIRIT, REST January 8-10, 2016 Friday, 6 pm – Sunday 11 am Three things we don’t get enough of! Welcome your New Year by giving yourself a weekend to consciously immerse in all three. Have you felt the Spirit’s presence while engaged in creating art? While at rest? Does peace sneak up and surprise you? Has your spirit been moved while doodling, staring out a window, being in a group of like-minded souls? This weekend allows the time and space to experience a joyful mix of all three – Art, Spirit, and Rest! No art experience is required for this guided and exploratory retreat! All art materials provided. Presenter: Claudia Fulshaw – a Durham graphic designer, entrepreneur, artist and art retreat/workshop facilitator. Please contact Claudia at cfdesign19@aol.com or 919-306-2919 for more information and registration.

Centering and Contemplative Prayer Retreat, November 4-6. 2016 Starts 4 – 5 pm Fri., Nov 4 and closes 11 pm Sun., Nov. 6 Experience a quiet, meditative weekend retreat incorporating silence, Centering Prayer and Lectio Divina in the wonderful reflective environment of the Avila Retreat Center. It is sponsored by Contemplative Outreach of Central and Eastern North Carolina. Judi Gaitens will help facilitate participation in the monastic style of lectio divina as well as centering prayer. She has been part of the Triangle contemplative community for nearly 20 years and has been in leadership roles in the Contemplative Outreach network of North Carolina. Centering Prayer and Lectio Divina have been a source of spiritual richness in Judi’s life as a wife, mother, grandmother, and faculty member at NC State University. Judi also volunteers as the facilitator of the Centering Prayer Group of St. Andrew the Apostle Church in Apex, N.C. In addition to centering prayer and lectio activities, there will be adequate time devoted to journaling, meditative walks and praying in silence. Enjoy comfortable lodging and good food. Seven meals will be provided. For registration and more information, contact Amy Roosje at littlerose4@nc.rr.com or (919) 467-9073.