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 Retreat Centers Offering Guided Retreats - Minnesota
 Retreat Center  City  State Phone  Website
 ARC Ecumenical Retreat Center  Stanchfield  MN  763-689-3540  http://arcretreat.org/
 Benedictine Center of St. Paul's Monastery  St. Paul  MN  651-777-8181  http://www.stpaulsmonastery.org/
 Christ the King Retreat Center  Buffalo  MN  763-682-1394  http://www.kingshouse.com/
 Clare's Well Spirituality Farm  Annandale  MN  320-632-0668  www.fslf.org
 Episcopal House of Prayer  Collegeville  MN  320-363-3293  www.ehouseofprayer.org/
 Franciscan Life Center  Little Falls  MN  320-632-2981  www.fslf.org
 Franciscan Retreats and Spirituality Center  Prior Lake  MN  952-447-2182  http://www.franciscanretreats.net/
 House of Prayer  Collegeville  MN  320-363-3293

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 Jesuit Retreat House  Lake Elmo  MN  651-777-1311  http://demontrevilleretreat.com/
 Loyola Spirituality Center  St Paul  MN  651-641-0008  http://loyolaspiritualitycenter.org/
 McCabe Renewal Center  Duluth  MN  218-724-5266  http://www.duluthbenedictines.org/
 Mount St Benedict Center  Crookston  MN  218-281-3441  http://www.msb.net/http://www.msb.net/
 Sacred Ground, Center for Spirituality  St. Paul  MN  651-696-2798  http://www.sacredgroundspirit.org/
Spirituality Center  St. Joseph  MN  320-363-7112  http://sbm.osb.org/
The Urban Retreat  Arden Hills  MN  651-247-0545  http://www.theurbanretreat.info
Villa Maria Center  Frontenac  MN  651-345-4582  http://villamariaretreats.org/
Wisdom Ways Resource Center for Spirituality  St. Paul  MN  651-696-2788  http://www.wisdomwayscenter.org/
http://www.wisdomwayscenter.org/

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Council of the Baptized Open Forum, March 13, 2018

  

Join the discussion of our Vatican II orientation with theologian Catherine Michaud, C.S.J. on Tuesday, March 13, 7:00 p.m.  It is at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 700 S. Snelling Avenue in St. Paul. 

Deepening our Vatican II Spirituality

Like many church councils before it, Vatican Council II effected an enormous change in the spiritual identity of Catholics. Still, fifty-six years later, Catholics feel insecure about what the Council has called us to embrace. Questions still nag at us. We are asking, among other things:

  • *How did this enormous change happen?
  • *Why did it happen?
  • *Why, over five decades later, does there seem to be such resistance to this Council? 
  • *What exactly does it mean to be a Vatican II Catholic? What is a Vatican II spirituality?


 

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