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The Retreat's Center for Spiritual Development
Wayzata
952-476-0566
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Ongoing
Ongoing
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Smokey Hills Wilderness Retreat
Osage
320-761-4863
Premier
Ongoing
Ongoing
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Christ the King Retreat Center
Buffalo
763-682-1394
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Ongoing
Ongoing
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The Spirituality Center at Saint Benedict’s Monastery
St. Joseph
320-363-8987
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Sep 24 2013
Sep 29 2013
Contemplative
Friends of St. Benedict / Minnesota
Collegeville
202-363-8061


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The Spirituality Center at Saint Benedict’s Monastery
St. Joseph
Email: jgilbert@csbsju.edu
Website: sbm.osb.org
Telephone: 320-363-8987

The Spirituality Center is a place to seek solitude, quiet and peace located on the west end of our monastery grounds. You are invited to our Center for individual or group retreats, spiritual direction and a variety of faith and educational presentations, workshops and seminars. Women and men of all faith denominations and cultures are welcome!

The monastic grounds and sacred spaces provide an atmosphere for prayer, quiet reflection, reading and relaxation. Guests frequent the labyrinth, wooded walking trails, prairie and farm land that are adjacent to the Spirituality Center. Whether you are here for a few hours, a day or longer, you are invited to join the monastic community for the Liturgy of the Hours and Eucharist.


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The Retreat's Center for Spiritual Development
Wayzata
Email: info@theretreat.org
Website: www.theretreat.org
Telephone: 952-476-0566

The Retreat's Center for Spiritual Development offers retreats as well as individual and group direction for those seeking to deepen their commitment to spiritual renewal and recovery. Guests explore the basic spiritual principles that give meaning to life and provide the framework for continued development. The Retreat is also available to individuals, Twelve Step groups and others seeking a safe and hospitable place in which to conduct their own retreats.
Mission: To improve the quality of life for individuals, families and communities affected by alcohol and drug dependency by providing supportive, educational residential services grounded in the Twelve Step principles of Alcoholics Anonymous which are widely accessible, cost-effective and of the highest quality.


Center for Spiritual Development: Alcoholism affects us physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. The development of the human spirit is a fundamental element of recovery and critical to a successful and fulfilling life. At The Retreat, we believe that on-going spiritual development is essential to long term sobriety and contentment.


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Smokey Hills Wilderness Retreat
Osage
Email: guestservices@smokeyhills.com
Website: www.smokeyhills.com
Telephone: 320-761-4863

The Smokey Hills Wilderness Retreat formerly the Artisan Village of the Smokey Hills is now open again and operating as a Resort / Retreat.
With an onsite restaurant, conference center, and 18 cabins we are perfect for family retreat,couples retreat, large church family retreat
from 1 to 100 people.


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Christ the King Retreat Center
Buffalo
Email: christtheking@kingshouse.com
Website: www.kingshouse.com
Telephone: 763-682-1394

King’s House, Christ the King Retreat Center is a Roman Catholic retreat center located in Buffalo, Minnesota.


Our mission is to provide a place of welcome, peace, and support for people at all stages of their spiritual journey. In addition to prayer and retreat programs presented by our own staff, we are pleased to offer programs by noted guest speakers and facilitators.

We also welcome non-profit groups in education and health care, as well as many churches and denominations


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Title of Retreat : Benedictine Experience
Date of Retreat: Sep 24 2013
Retreat End Date : Sep 29 2013
Spiritual Orientation: 
Primary Theme: Contemplative
Name and Location of Retreat Center :
 Friends of St. Benedict / Minnesota
Website: www.benedictfriend.org
Email: diana@benedictfriend.org
Telephone: 202-363-8061

Join us at beautiful St. John's Abbey and the Episcopal House of Prayer for a unique Benedictine Experience focused on the basics of monastic formation. During this BE we will explore the process for forming monks and nuns with an eye toward what can be used by those of us who are not called to the monastery.

FACULTY: Monks of St. John's Abbey, Sisters of St. Benedict, Executive Director of the EHOP, Ward Bauman and Friends of St. Benedict

Co-sponsored by Friends of St. Benedict and The House of Prayer

What is a Benedictine Experience: For many people who would never consider themselves monastic, a Benedictine Experience cultivates and nourishes that monastic dimension within them. A Benedictine Experience is neither conference nor retreat but a carefully planned, unique attempt to bring together in community men and women, lay and clerical, to study and experience the balanced way of life as envisaged in the Rule of St. Benedict, giving due attention to body, mind, and spirit. To allow participants to fully experience this balance, Benedictine Experiences range from a long weekend to a full week.



Registration Contact:
Web Site:  www.benedictfriend.org
Email: info@benedictfriend.org
Telephone: 202-363-8061

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