Retreats at The Cloisters on the Platte are based on the teachings of St. Ignatius of Loyola, who lived from 1491 to 1556. During his lifetime, St. Ignatius composed a brief set of meditations, prayers, and mental exercises to be used by men and women seeking to discern God’s will in their lives.
If you’re not already registered for a retreat, we invite you to do so below.[f4_ui_section_subheader]A Note on Standby Lists[/f4_ui_section_subheader]
A significant number of registered retreatants will often need to cancel their retreat plans, creating opportunities for people on the Standby List to attend.
If a retreat you wish to attend is currently full, we encourage you to place your name on the Standby List and hold the time on your calendar as there is a very good chance you will be able to make the retreat. People on the Standby List are often notified within two weeks prior to the retreat date if space becomes available.
Individuals who cannot walk at least two city blocks easily should consider whether the retreat is appropriate for them or whether they should rent a motor scooter or electric wheelchair to bring with them for the weekend. A very limited number of rooms have accessibility accommodations.
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