Campus Ministry at St. Norbert College offers you a variety of wonderful ways to deepen your faith and explore spiritual questions.

Retreat Opportunities

Kairos
This is a deep, intense, and meaningful three-day retreat experience that strives to build up a strong relationship with Christ through the life of the Catholic tradition.  Rooted in the vision of Communio in Acts 2:42-47, Kairos strives to create a comfortable but challenging Christian community where participants explore deep and meaningful questions connected to their relationships with self, others and God. Kairos is a Greek term referring to time.  Whereas we typically view time from the perspective of seconds, minutes, hours. Kairos is a term that refers to God's time.  The Kairos retreat provides an opportunity to discover what our lives could be if we chose to more fully enter into God's presence and love.  The Kairos retreat combines a series of talks given by peers and members of the SNC Community, small group sharing, and the sacramental life of the Church (specifically Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, and Reconciliation). Together, there rich elements help foster a deep relationship with God, self, and the community.


Fresh Focus - A Retreat for New Students
Are you a new SNC student? Each fall we offer an evening retreat experience designed especially for you! Join us for reflection, conversation, fun and food! Watch this spot for details on the fall 2015 Fresh Focus.

OMG! I’m a Senior!
Are you having some anxiety about leaving St. Norbert College? Are you worried about what you will do with your future? Do you want to make the most of your last semester of college? Are you concerned about how you are going to create a community when you are finished with college? Consider attending this retreat.

Overnight Retreats
Campus Ministry works together in collaboration with various departments and student groups on campus to provide overnight retreats that focus on the development of important elements of spirituality that are consistent with our core traditions.