Mar 28 - Mar 31, 2019



Steve Garber (web)



In partnership with Pegasus Institute


Jozef Luptak (web)
Faith DeBow (web)


Every vocation at its truest is a call to see things as they really are, to understand the reality of the world that is really there.

If our truest vocation is the imitation of Christ, the very image of God, we see that everyone and everything matters—sacramental as it all is, holy as it must be. In a thousand ways our human experience of life in the world should be a window into the mystery and wonder of the reality of heaven touching the reality of earth, a “sacrament” so to speak, if we have eyes that see. This retreat will cultivate a vision of vocations as signposts for a more coherent world, where things that are real and true and right are woven into the fabric of the world—eating and drinking, worshipping and working, loving and living—seamlessly connecting the world that is with the world that someday will be.

Scholarships are available. To apply for a scholarship, first register for a retreat to secure a space. Then apply for a scholarship after paying the $100 deposit. In the event of a full scholarship, your deposit will be refunded.

Plan to arrive at Laity Lodge anytime after 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 28. The retreat will officially commence with a 6:00 p.m. reception at the Great Hall and will conclude Sunday, March 31, following an 11:00 a.m. brunch. Click here for directions and more info on how to prepare for your visit.