Alumni Lenten Retreat
Lent is an invitation to conversion, an invitation for us to reexamine the orientation our lives to see how we might more fully live a life of the Spirit, modeled on the life of Christ. Although Christmas is not far behind us, it is not too early to think about what your Lent will look like this year.
Our suggestion: let your Lent include an overnight retreat with fellow UST Law alumni.
The second annual UST overnight Lenten Retreat will begin with dinner at 5:30 Friday, March 1 and will end at 4:30 Saturday afternoon, March 2. The retreat will be held at the Benedictine Center of St. Paul Monastery, 2675 Larpenteur
Avenue East, St. Paul, MN.
This overnight retreat, which will be led by Susan Stabile, will include, talks, individual reflection and group discussion, aimed at inviting us to deepen our Christian discipleship and helping us understand what it means to walk with Jesus through his passion and to his death. Our goal is to strengthen our commitment to orienting our lives more and more toward Christ so that we may be His love in the world.
The Law School’s Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership in the Professions invites all UST Law alumni to participate in this retreat at the discounted, all-inclusive registration cost of $50 for a single room (single rooms are limited to please reserve early) and $35/person for double room sharing.
To reserve your place, please click here. Questions? Contact Bethany Fletcher at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-962-4830. Registration closes February 22.