2018 Womens Cornerstone Retreat
What is Cornerstone?
Cornerstone is a 26-hour retreat – an “experience that you have to experience” (Fr. John Barry). It is a spiritual movement within the Catholic Church that provides the opportunity to reflect, renew and strengthen your faith while meeting other women in our parish and ultimately forming individual faith-based communities.
What can you expect?
Cornerstone is an opportunity to step out of the hustle of daily life to pause and connect by sharing stories and life experiences. It is a welcoming, non-judgmental environment where you have the opportunity to examine your relationship with God, your family and others in your life. You can share in the discussion as much, or as little, as you choose. The retreat is hosted at our parish facilities by parishioners who have experienced the gift of past Cornerstone retreats and want to share this soulful treasure with others.
Who should attend?
Cornerstone isn’t for one type of woman. It is for working and non-working women, mothers and non-mothers, women from their 20’s to Grandmothers. It is for anyone who has been away from the Church and would like to reconnect. It is for anyone looking for a deeper connection to God, self, and other women within our church community. There is a place in Cornerstone for everyone.
What is the Gift of Cornerstone?
See Old Friends, Meet New Friends, Have Time to Reflect, Have Time to Share or Just Listen, Have Time to Pray & Very Tangibly Feel God’s Love & Support!
The retreat begins Friday evening, February 9 at 5:00pm and will end at approximately 8:00pm on Saturday, February 10. All meals (including dinner on Friday night) and accommodations will be provided at the American Martyrs parish facility. A letter with details will be sent prior to the weekend.
Register online or return an application to the parish office or email to email@example.com
Space is limited; all applicants will be notified of acceptance. Should registration exceed capacity, a lottery will be conducted. Cornerstone retreats are made possible due to the generosity of past and present participants. To help defray the cost, kindly make a donation according to your measure. You may send a check following your notice of acceptance, or donate at the registration table on Friday, February 9, 2018. (Please make checks payable to American Martyrs Church.)
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call Stephanie D'Nelly at 310-714-2323.