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Indiana,, meaning the "Land of the Indians," is a state of the United States of America. Indiana is bordered by Lake Michigan and the state of Michigan (N), Ohio (E), Kentucky, across the Ohio River (S), and Illinois (W).

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Mount Saint Francis Center for Spirituality
Mt. St. Francis
812-923-8817
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Ongoing
Ongoing
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Saint Meinrad Archabbey Guest House and Retreat Center
St. Meinrad
941-627-1938
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Ongoing
Ongoing
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Oakwood Retreat Center
Selma
765-747-7027
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Ongoing
Ongoing
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Lindenwood Retreat and Conference Center
Donaldson
574-935-1780
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Feature
Mar 12 2014
Mar 12 2014
Spiritual
Benedict Inn Retreat & Conference Center
Beech Grove
317-788-7581
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Mar 28 2014
Mar 29 2014
Contemplative
Benedict Inn Retreat & Conference Center
Beech Grove
317-788-7581
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Apr 11 2014
Apr 13 2014
Religious
Providence Spirituality and Conference Center
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods
812-535-2952
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Apr 17 2014
Apr 20 2014
Silent
Benedict Inn Retreat & Conference Center
Beech Grove
317-788-7581
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May 16 2014
May 17 2014
Contemplative
Providence Spirituality and Conference Center
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods
812-535-2952
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Jun 15 2014
Jun 21 2014
Silent
Benedict Inn Retreat & Conference Center
Beech Grove
317-788-7581
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Aug 01 2014
Aug 03 2014
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Saint Meinrad Archabbey Guest House and Retreat Center
St. Meinrad
941-627-1938


Premier Retreats: Ongoing

Oakwood Retreat Center
Selma
Email: OakwoodRetreatCenter@Webstop.com
Website: www.oakwoodretreatcenter.org
Telephone: 765-747-7027

Rainbow Farm, an International Emissary Community, is the setting for Oakwood Retreat Center, located in East Central Indiana just east of Muncie. As a host facility for retreats and group events we provide fully equipped meeting spaces, dining facilities, and guest rooms with accommodations available for up to 50 people.

Accomodations:
European Bed and Breakfast Style
Comfortable rooms for two are the norm
Towels and linens are provided
Some private rooms


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Saint Meinrad Archabbey Guest House and Retreat Center
St. Meinrad
Email: info@saintmeinrad.org
Website: saintmeinrad.edu
Telephone: 941-627-1938

"Come and be refreshed!"

Saint Meinrad Archabbey is nestled among cornfields and rolling hills between Louisville, Kentucky, and Evansville, Indiana; it is conveniently located just off Interstate 64 and ideally suited to prayer and reflection. Enjoy Benedictine hospitality in a contemplative atmosphere with comfortable guestrooms providing a special time and place to be alone with God. You are welcome to attend the prayer services with the monks in the beautiful Archabbey Church.


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Lindenwood Retreat and Conference Center
Donaldson
Email: mcrider@poorhandmaids.org
Website: lindenwood.org
Telephone: 574-935-1780

Lindenwood, sponsored by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ, is located on the beautiful grounds of the PHJC Ministry Center in Donaldson, Indiana. Lindenwood offers innovative programs for personal spiritual growth, faith enrichment and education, and is also a conference center offering quiet meeting spaces for church groups, not-for-profit organizations and corporations.

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Mount Saint Francis Center for Spirituality
Mt. St. Francis
Email: retreats@mountsaintfrancis.org
Website: mountsaintfrancis.org
Telephone: 812-923-8817

Mount Saint Francis is a multi-purpose complex owned and administered by the Conventual Franciscan Friars of the Province of Our Lady of Consolation. Following in the tradition of their founder, St. Francis of Assisi, the friars maintain the Mount as a residence and a sacred space of welcome. A primary focus is the life of the friars. A primary ministry is the Center for Spirituality, which provides opportunities for spiritual renewal to all people. The friars also make the Mount available to other organizations whose purpose is to encourage religious and human enrichment, all being done in a context of respect for creation and the sanctity of life in all its forms.

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Featured Retreats

Title of Retreat : Living with Loss
Date of Retreat: Mar 12 2014
Retreat End Date : Mar 12 2014
Spiritual Orientation: Christian
Primary Theme: Spiritual
Name and Location of Retreat Center :
 Benedict Inn Retreat & Conference Center
Website: www.benedictinn.org
Email: benedictinn@benedictinn.org
Telephone: 317-788-7581

Loss is a constant in life because change is a constant in life. All change results in loss as well as potential gain. To discover the life that we are moving toward requires that we grieve the loss of that which we lose in the change.
To grieve is to learn to live again in the absence of something that we have found significant in defining who we are and how we know ourselves. This workshop guides people through the journey of discovery.
It is designed to help people who have experienced significant loss as well as to help care-givers understand the loss of the persons they support. It helps people grow in their ability to walk with others in their loss so that they might discover the blessing of life in the future.



Registration Contact:
Web Site:  www.benedictinn.org
Email: benedictinn@benedictinn.org
Telephone: 317-788-7581

Retreat Leader: Dr. Dan Moseley
Leader Biography: Dan Moseley is a respected executive coach/consultant who has helped individuals and organizations navigate the changes and conflicts in life. He is a nationally known lecturer and workshop leader in issues of leadership, loss, change and transition.

Dr. Moseley has decades of experience in teaching and supporting others in their journey of life. He was a seminary professor for 13 years at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis, IN. Prior to that work, he was pastor for over 30 years.
His Masters and Doctor's degrees were earned at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. Moseley has served on Boards and Comittees of organizations throughout the world as an ecumenical leader and educator. He has been instrumental in the development of organizations offering Pastoral Care and Counseling and Grief Healing.

Dr. Moseley is the editor of a book of sermons on stewardship entitled "Joyful Giving" published by Chalice Press in 1997.
In 2008, Dr. Moseley's first book "Living With Loss" was published by Brentwood, TN-based publisher Xyzzy Press. (Out of Print)
In 2009, Dr. Moseley authored "Healing Relationships: A Preaching Model" which is available on Amazon.com.
In 2011, Moseley's book on loss was expanded and republished as "Lose, Love, Live: The Spiritual Gifts of Loss and Change." (Nashville: The Upper Room). It is available on Amazon.com.
In 2012, Moseley collaborated with Bernie Lyon in writing and publishing "How to Lead in Church Conflcit: Healing Ungrieved Loss" (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 2012).

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Title of Retreat : Building Contemplative Relationships
Date of Retreat: Mar 28 2014
Retreat End Date : Mar 29 2014
Spiritual Orientation: Christian
Primary Theme: Contemplative
Name and Location of Retreat Center :
 Benedict Inn Retreat & Conference Center
Website: www.benedictinn.org
Email: benedictinn@benedictinn.org
Telephone: 317-788-7581

Contemplative living is defined as how we are in relationship with our self, others, the Divine, and all of creation. Key to our relationships is communication. This three week course will explore three contemplative living themes: silence, compassion, and communion. Participants will experience how each of these invite us to deepen our relationships with our self, the Divine, our friends, family members, colleagues, acquaintances, and even strangers. The experiential practice of silence, compassion, and communion will be an integral part of the course.


Registration Contact:
Web Site:  www.benedictinn.org
Email: benedictinn@benedictinn.org
Telephone: 317-788-7581

Retreat Leader: Vanessa Hurst
Leader Biography: Vanessa Hurst was Executively Director for The Merton Institute for Contemplative Living. She writes for Contemplative Journal and is a member of the Coordinating Circle for the Partnership for a Compassionate Louisville. As a practicing contemplative for over 20 years, compassion shared with herself, others, and all of creation is part of the natural rhythm of her life.
In her practice as an intuitive healer and spiritual mentor, Vanessa understands that living contemplatively is the root to healing a person's body/mind/spirit/heart; and that, by balancing the collective body/mind/spirit/heart with compassion, our society is made whole.

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Title of Retreat : Seven Last Words of Christ Retreat
Date of Retreat: Apr 11 2014
Retreat End Date : Apr 13 2014
Spiritual Orientation: Catholic
Primary Theme: Religious
Name and Location of Retreat Center :
 Providence Spirituality and Conference Center
Website: www.ProvCenter.org
Email: provctr@spsmw.org
Telephone: 812-535-2952

This quiet, meditative retreat uses both music and modern art to explore the content of Jesus' last hours before the Crucifixion. Participants will find this retreat helpful in moving into Holy Week. The weekend will conclude with the Liturgy of Palm Sunday.
Fee: $150 private room, $120 double room, $85 commuter.



Registration Contact:
Web Site:  www.ProvCenter.org
Email: provctr@spsmw.org
Telephone: 812-535-2952

Retreat Leader: Sister Paula Damiano, SP
Leader Biography: Sister Paula Damiano, SP, completed two terms in Congregation leadership as a Sisters of Providence General Officer and now serves as the Providence Spirituality and Conference Center director of programs, retreats and workshops. She has experience as a vocation director for the Sisters of Providence and for the Diocese of Orange in California. She has extensive experience in parish ministry and gives retreats and parish missions throughout the country. A native of Pennsylvania, who lived for many years in southern California, she now calls Indiana “home.”

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Title of Retreat : Triduum Retreat
Date of Retreat: Apr 17 2014
Retreat End Date : Apr 20 2014
Spiritual Orientation: Christian
Primary Theme: Silent
Name and Location of Retreat Center :
 Benedict Inn Retreat & Conference Center
Website: www.benedictinn.org
Email: benedictinn@benedictinn.org
Telephone: 317-788-7581

Join the Sisters for the holiest week of the liturgical year . . . rich with prayer, ritual and silence. Included: Agape Feast, Holy Mass of The Lord’s Supper, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion on Good Friday, Holy Saturday Easter Vigil, Easter Prayer & Mass of the Resurrection. Fee of $200 includes room & meals. Thursday, April 17, 5 p.m. to Sunday, April 20, noon


Registration Contact:
Web Site:  www.benedictinn.org
Email: benedictinn@benedictinn.org
Telephone: 317-788-7581

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Title of Retreat : Living Nonviolently in a Violent World
Date of Retreat: May 16 2014
Retreat End Date : May 17 2014
Spiritual Orientation: Open to All
Primary Theme: Contemplative
Name and Location of Retreat Center :
 Providence Spirituality and Conference Center
Website: www.ProvCenter.org
Email: provctr@spsmw.org
Telephone: 812-535-2952

Join us for an exciting workshop that will invite participants into deepening their nonviolent life and building a more just and peaceful world. We will consider the implications of active nonviolence on three levels: personal, interpersonal, and systemic. Participants will learn tools in conflict resolution and skills to critically analyze and understand the different intersecting forms of violence that impact our communities. We will prioritize awareness-raising activities by using issues facing women and girls in the world today. And we'll explore the values and practices of spirituality that contributes to personal healing, healthy relationships, and inclusive communities.
Presented by the 8th Day Center for Justice staff, Chicago
Fee: $75 private room, $60 double room, $30 commuter.



Registration Contact:
Web Site:  www.ProvCenter.org
Email: provctr@spsmw.org
Telephone: 812-535-2952

Retreat Leader: Liz Deligio and Jerica Arents, 8th Day Center for Justice
Leader Biography: 

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Title of Retreat : Community Monastic Silent Retreat: The Paschal Mystery in the Monastic Life
Date of Retreat: Jun 15 2014
Retreat End Date : Jun 21 2014
Spiritual Orientation: Catholic
Primary Theme: Silent
Name and Location of Retreat Center :
 Benedict Inn Retreat & Conference Center
Website: www.benedictinn.org
Email: benedictinn@benedictinn.org
Telephone: 317-788-7581

The focus of this retreat will be a variety of monastic themes. These monastic themes will be considered through reflection on the Scriptures, the early monastic tradition, and the experience of lectio divina. Another key idea that runs through the retreat is how the Benedictine tradition is centered in Christ and the paschal mystery, and how we live that experience in our own day and age.


Registration Contact:
Web Site:  www.benedictinn.org
Email: benedictinn@benedictinn.org
Telephone: 317-788-7581

Retreat Leader: Abbot Gregory Polan, OSB
Leader Biography: Benedictine Gregory Polan is the Abbot of Conception Abbey, and Chancellor of their seminary college where he teaches courses in Scripture and biblical languages. He has served as the spiritual father of his monastic community since 1996, and is also a member of the Abbot President's Council for the Swiss-American Congregation Council. He hails from the western suburbs of Chicago, and entered the novitiate of Conception Abbey in 1970.

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Title of Retreat : A Spiritual Retreat For Recovering Alcoholics & Alanons
Date of Retreat: Aug 01 2014
Retreat End Date : Aug 03 2014
Spiritual Orientation: 
Primary Theme: Other
Name and Location of Retreat Center :
 Saint Meinrad Archabbey Guest House and Retreat Center
Website: saintmeinrad.edu
Email: MZoeller@saintmeinrad.edu
Telephone: 800-581-6905

Improve your conscious contact….

The 11th Step Spiritual Retreat is an annual event held at the beautiful St. Meinrad Monastery in the rolling hills of Southern Indiana.

The retreat will be facilitated by Dave M., a warm and entertaining retreat leader. The theme of the retreat is “Abandon Yourself to God,” with an in-depth exploration of Step 11. Quotes from the Big Book, St. Francis of Assisi, Bill W., Dr. Bob, Br. Lawrence and St. Augustine, along with insights from the “other Big Book,” will be shared. There will be stories, humor, sharing, and feedback, as well as meditation, yoga, music, and fellowship.

The emphasis is on turning one’s will and life over to the care of God as you understand him/her, and on improving one’s conscious contact with God. Perhaps this self-overhaul will leave you feeling like “there are no more big deals.” You will discover much fuel to nourish your soul by attending this retreat.

All faiths are welcome. The retreat is non-denominational, ecumenical, and spiritual rather than specifically religious. This is NOT an AA, Alanon, NA, SA, GA , any other A. Nor is this a religious event sanctioned by the Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Muslim, Hindu or any other organized religion. All of God’s children are welcome.

Sponsored by Visitation at 8, AA Group (82nd and Allisonville Rd, Indianapolis, In)



Registration Contact:
Web Site:  www.spiritualretreatsteps.com
Email: davidmaloney62@msn.com
Telephone: 941-627-1938

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