This is a very simple retreat that begins the evening of Holy Thursday and concludes after Mass on Easter Sunday morning. There is a simple orientation on Thursday evening but no additional talks.
The retreat consists in each individual living with us the liturgical services of these days; these services are also open to the public. We encourage retreatants to spend the rest of the time in silence, taking full advantage of the Mission grounds and meditating on the mysteries of these hours with the help of Holy Scriptures, the Diary of St. Faustina, and The Gospel as Revealed to Me by Maria Valtorta. (For more information on this please use this link: Maria Valtorta.)
Retreatants are free to come and go as they wish within the indicated hours. But we encourage them to live the retreat in its entirety as much as possible, so as to accompany our Lord during His Passion, Crucifixion and Resurrection. During certain hours the Mission will be open only for retreatants.
Unfortunately, we cannot offer lodging. In the past, people coming from far away have stayed at local hotels.