Ampleforth Centre for Theology and Spirituality
Benedictine Spirituality Retreat - A Way Of Living
Retreat and Pilgrimage to Benedictine sites in Northern England
15 - 20 June 2020
Ampleforth Abbey, Stanbrook Abbey, Ruins of Rievaulx Abbey, Durham Cathedral and Ushaw College, Lindisfarne Island
SAVE THE DATES
15-20 June 2020
for an eye-opening and deeply nourishing Retreat, be prepared to encounter
The Office in plainsong at Ampleforth and Stanbrook Abbeys;
the inspirational saints who brought Christianity to England;
ground-breaking Catholic research at Durham;
combining prayer and work, the Benedictine way;
amazing secrets in an ancient library;
the wilds of Lindisfarne Holy Island;
the stunning history of Durham Cathedral
and an enjoyable trip with friends.
Come and join us!
Saint Benedict has much to teach us about life in the 21st Century. He continues to inspire countless men and women to live the monastic life but his message is as relevant for all who are trying to live the Gospel in their lives. In this retreat we will reflect upon some of the wonderful insights contained within the Rule of Saint Benedict and see how they can be applied today.
The retreat will include a few days Ampleforth Abbey under the guidance of the monastic community; a visit to the nuns of Stanbrook Abbey, the ruins of Rievaulx Abbey, a private tour of Durham Cathedral (built by the Benedictines from 1093 to 1133), a tour of Ushaw College University of Durham (including the amazing library), and Lindisfarne Holy Island where St. Aidan established a monastery in 635AD.