The Greek word "Axia" means worth or value, and as such, this retreat strives to help participants understand and appreciate the intrinsic worth and value we all have as part of God's creation. This retreat integrates the world of liturgy and prayer, life experience, and powerful talks that will help participants gain a greater connection with the Norbertine and Catholic heritage of the college. Click here to register.
"An Overscheduled Student's Retreat"
This gives experience provides students the opportunity to reflect, learn, pray, and be challenged on their own time. This retreat experience consists of a kick-off event, up to three individual conversations with a director, and a Mardi Gras celebration to end the retreat. If you are interested in more information or would like to register, please click here.
Campus Ministry works together
in collaboration with various departments of the college as well as student
planning teams to provide overnight retreats that focus on the development of important
elements of spirituality that are consistent with our core traditions.
your colleagues for prayer, reflection, and conversation as we
explore "Sacred Attentiveness: Deep listening and the gift of being heard." This retreat begins with a kick-off on Monday, January 9, 2012 from 3 - 6pm (including hospitality,) and concludes with a final session and dinner on Thursday, January 19, 2012 from 4:00 - 7:00 pm. Individuals have the opportunity to meet with a conversation partner in the days between the kick-off and the conclusion. Click here
First Year Retreat
Adjusting to college life can be tough. In order to help you build
and sustain relationships as well as strengthen your spiritual life to
address the challenges you will face in your college career, the Campus
Ministry Team offers the First Year Retreat titled "Hello, My Name is_______". Consisting of discussions -
facilitated by juniors and seniors at the college who have faced the
challenges and experienced the triumphs of college life, meaningful
prayer experiences, and fun social activities, "Hello, My Name is
______" seeks to equip each student with the tools to enhance their
This year's event will take place on Sept. 14. Please contact
Fr. Sal for more information.
OMG! I'm a Senior!
Are you having some anxiety about leaving SNC? 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? Then join us Nov. 2 at 8 p.m.
This year's senior retreat helped to
answer those questions and
more. Stay tuned for information for next year's retreat.