Please click the link below to register for a particular weekend. Please Note: Our retreats are designed for those who are 18 years of age or older. Please direct any questions to 847-381-1261 or info@jesuitretreat.org.

Captains & Co-Captains: If you do not see your group name listed below a retreat, please contact Rachel Fitzgibbon at 847-381-1261 to confirm the primary weekend that your group will be attending.
Individuals & New Retreatants: You are welcome to register for any retreat that has a link below, even if you are not part of a group that is coming that weekend. To see if there is a group from your Parish or community, please call our office at the number above.

2016-2017 Retreat Season

September 30-October 2, 2016 – an Ignatian, Silent Weekend Retreat with Fr. David Shields, SJ
Retreat Title: Who Do People Say I Am?

Join Fr. Shields for a retreat exploring who Jesus is (or can be) to you through Scripture passages. How is Jesus inviting you to a deeper personal relationship with Him?

Groups attending: Mary Jane Fortman / St Alphonsus Liguori, Catholic Community of Northbrook, Letty and Friends, St. Walter’s (Roselle)


 

October 4-6, 2016 – an Ignatian, Silent Midweek Retreat with Mrs. Mary McKeon
Retreat Title: Journeying with Jesus

Groups attending: St. Anne (Barrington), Catholic Community of Northbrook


 

March 24-26, 2017 – an Ignatian, Semi-Silent Weekend Retreat for Mothers & Daughters with Mrs. Mary McKeon and Mrs. Catherine Palenik
Retreat Title: Honoring the Mary Within

Mothers and daughters, aunts and nieces, godmothers, goddaughters, grandmothers, granddaughters… all women who are “like a mother to me” or “like a daughter to me” are welcome to attend this retreat.


 

May 5-7, 2017 – an Ignatian, Silent Weekend Retreat with Fr. David Shields, SJ
Retreat Title: Pilgrim Conversations on the Road with Jesus

Not all travel is the same: The goal of a trip is to get from where I am to my destination.Tours are a series of per-scheduled stops to visit various significant sites. But a pilgrimage finds its meaning in the trip itself, in the encounters and conversations with other pilgrims. Pilgrimages are for savoring. In this retreat we will pilgrimage with Jesus through the questions he puts to his companion disciples as they journey to Jerusalem.

Groups attending: Lady of Peace, St Mary of Vernon (Women), Holy Name Cathedral (Women), Heart of Mary, Deanery II-B Women, Catholic Community of Northbrook