2020 Retreat Dates

For Alone with God Silent Retreats


Feb -March

27 - 1

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Your Heavenly Father’s Love in the Silence

When was the last time you spent some alone time with your Dad—God the Father? It's time to be alone with God.

The noise, hustle, and mess of life are huge distractions from the still small voice of God. He is always there, loving you and speaking to you, but you forget to listen.

So come on an Alone with God Retreat! During the retreat, step away from the intensity of daily life. Rediscover your Father’s love in the silence. This four-day silent retreat includes inspiring conferences to deepen your knowledge of God. Spiritual direction is available for your journey of faith. Most importantly, abundant graces are given through the sacraments. Additionally, time for rest is available throughout the retreat.


Your Relationship with God
  • Inspiring Conferences

    So you can deepen your knowledge of God

  • Spiritual Direction

    For your personal journey of faith

  • Holy Sacrifice of the Mass

    Offered daily during the retreat

  • Sacrament of Confession

    Available throughout the retreat

  • Silent Retreat Atmosphere

    So you can focus on listening to God’s still small voice

  • Holy Rosary & Divine Mercy Chaplet

    Recited daily during the retreat

  • Eucharistic Adoration

    Gaze upon the face of the Lord

  • Private Retreat Room

    A quiet place for you to rest

Alone with God Retreat Speakers

For 2019
Francisco is the speaker for the 2019 Alone with God Retreats

Francisco “Paco” Gavrilides

Professor of Homiletics, Sacred Heart Major Seminary

Paco has been active in apostolic and evangelistic ministry since he entered the Catholic Church in 1968. Firstly, his passion for sharing the Gospel illuminates his work as a teacher and speaker. Currently, Paco serves as the homiletics instructor at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, where he is also completing his licentiate in Sacred Theology.

Witnesses to Christ in an Unshakeable Kingdom is the topic he'll be covering during this retreat.

Fr. Matthew Hinks, ORC (Opus Angelorum Priest)

Fr. Matthew Hincks, ORC

Opus Angelorum Priest

A member of the Order of Canons Regular of the Holy Cross. Besides the general teachings on the spiritual life, the Opus Angelorum has a special mission to promote the awareness of the powerful presence and help of the Holy Angels in our spiritual lives. Above all, the work spreads the Consecration to the Guardian Angel (approved by the Holy See in 2000).

Retreat Information

For the 2019 Silent Retreats

Holy Family of Fatima Prayer Site

Holy Family of Fatima Prayer Site

St. John Vianney Chapel & Reliquary

Crypt of Jerry & Servant of God Gwen Coniker

Rosarium Gardens

Rosarium Gardens

Tomb of the Unborn Child

Tomb of the Unborn

Queen of All Saints Cemetery

Queen of All Saints Cemetery

Ten Commandments Hill

Ten Commandments Hill

Our Lady of Victory Chapel

Our Lady of Victory Chapel

Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto

Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto

Outdoor Stations of the Cross

Outdoor Stations of the Cross

Sacred Heart Chapel

Sacred Heart Chapel

Savior of the World Garden

Savior of the World Garden

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Silent Retreats

How silent is this retreat?

When you arrive at the retreat, you are welcome to socialize with the other retreatants.

Silence BeginsThursday evening, with the opening Mass.

Silence Ends: Sunday, after Mass. At that point you may once again socialize with the other retreatants, during brunch.

During the retreat

There will not be any talking outside of Mass, vocal prayers, confession, and spiritual guidance.

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Come Away. Be Still. Know that He Is God.
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