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Retreats

Retreat opportunities are available for students at various times during the year. Students are encouraged to pause from their busy schedules and to spend time drawing closer to God and others in their lives.

WBA Retreat 2011Retreats are student-led and include talks, small group discussions, times for reflection, prayer, time to relax with others, have fun, and grow in their faith.

Our retreats are held at retreat centers throughout New England.

2013-2014 Retreats

Freshmen Escape - September 27-28, 2013    
Freshman Escape is a great chance to step away from the very hectic transition to college and take a deep breath!

You'll be able to meet other freshman and upperclassman students, enjoy a weekend at a rustic and cozy retreat center, pray and reflect, and get after some of college's most important questions: What do I want to do? Who do I want to be? How will I make it all happen?

Freshman Escape is open to ALL first year students-grab you new roommate, hall mates, friends, and sign up together!

Sign up today in Campus Ministry!
For more information, contact Susan Gabert at sgabert@anselm.edu

CrossRoads Retreat - November 15-17, 2013
CrossRoads is exactly that...college is a crossroads of where you have been and where you are going in your life, so take a moment to think about this unique time and who you choose to be your companions on this journey. Open to all students. (Surprise beautiful location only revealed upon arrival!)

For more information, contact Susan Gabert at sgabert@anselm.edu

Senior Retreat - January 31 - February 1, 2014 
Don't leave the hilltop without taking advantage of this amazing opportunity to get away with those friends you've had for the last four years, and start planning ways to make the very most of your time at Saint Anselm!.A fun, relaxing overnight retreat with your closest friends is the perfect way to begin your last semester of college!

For more information, contact Joycelin Raho at jraho@anselm.edu

Interval Retreat - March 21-23, 2014
Who am I? What is God's Message in my life? What is my response to that message?
This retreat, reserved for upperclassmen, is a wonderful opportunity to explore more God's unique message for each of us through reflections by students in each area and small group discussions.

For more information, contact Joycelin Raho at jraho@anselm.edu