Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Kairos will be held at STM on 2 days. The retreat is planned and led by the S.A.L.T. team, and is for STM juniors and seniors wishing to grow deeper in their relationships with God, themselves, their peers, and their parents. Kairos has proven to be a rewarding experience where students come to see themselves as connected to God and others, especially through the sacrament of the Eucharist.
March 27 & 28
Quest is an overnight voluntary retreat for STM freshmen and sophomores and only offered once a year. Held at beautiful Dry Creek Baptist Center in Dry Creek, La., Quest has been an awesome weekend for building new friendships, rekindling old, and bonding as a class. Quest, led by our senior Quest team, is the largest retreat put on by STM Campus Ministry designed to introduce and invite teenagers to a personal relationship with Jesus. Quest is best described as high energy and "off the hook" fun!
Crossroads Retreat is a Quest follow-up retreat offered for STM freshmen & sophomores. Crossroads will be held at Stillwater Catholic Retreat Center in Abbeville, La. This is a retreat full of energy, laughter, adventure, and memories for a life-time. Designed to introduce underclassmen to Jesus and invite them into a personal relationship with Him, Crossroads is offered once a year in the spring.
Sunday, February 28
Stillwater in Abbeville
Talitha Koum is an all girls retreat on October 25 - 27 at Lumen Christi Retreat Center, 100 Lumen Christi Lane, Schriever, LA 70395. The retreat is open to all junior and senior girls.
The goal of the retreat is to encourage the young ladies on our campus to grow in their spiritual lives, to build community among one another and to develop a deeper understanding of their own inherent dignity and value.
Details and logistics will be emailed to those who registered for the retreat.
He took the child by the hand and said to her, “Talitha koum,” which means, “Little girl, I say to you, arise!" The girl, a child of twelve, arose immediately and walked around. [At that] they were utterly astounded.(Mark 5:41)