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Triduum Retreat 2018: Gazing on the Crucified and Risen Christ

with Fr. Robin Ryan, C.P.

Fr. Robin Ryan, C.P.

Fr. Robin Ryan, C.P.

In this retreat the mystery of the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ will be entered into in a unique way. Inspired by the Scripture readings for the Easter Triduum, retreatants will walk with Jesus during the final moments of His life and contemplate Him as He is raised to new life.

Through reflection and prayer, retreatants will perceive the ways in which the Paschal Mystery is part of their lives—in both ordinary and extraordinary moments.

Please note: silence on this retreat begins Thursday after dinner and concludes Saturday following the Easter Vigil.

  • The retreat will end with Easter Sunday Mass at 10 a.m.
  • Facilitator: Fr. Robin Ryan, C.P.
  • Cost: $275 (includes presentations, private room, meals, abbey amenities)
  • Commuters: $120 (includes presentations, abbey amenities)
  • Please note: for commuters, meals at the abbey are available for an additional fee. Meal reservations are required by March 26 by calling 920.337.4315 or e-mailing ncs@norbertines.org.
  • Registration and $50 non-refundable, non-transferable deposit required by March 26
  • Maximum 50 overnight guests
  • Maximum 20 commuters

Please note: online registration and payment are required. The registration form can be found below under “Bookings.” Please register for one person at a time. This helps us maintain accurate registration numbers! If you have any questions, please contact the Norbertine Center for Spirituality office at ncs@norbertines.org or call 920.337.4315.


About the Facilitator

Fr. Robin Ryan, C.P., is a Passionist priest who serves as associate professor of systematic theology at Catholic Theological Union (Chicago). He is the author of numerous articles and books on spiritual and theological topics, including God and the Mystery of Human Suffering: A Theological Conversation Across the Ages and Jesus and Salvation: Soundings in the Christian Tradition and Contemporary Theology. In addition to teaching and writing, he has engaged in retreat ministry since the time of his ordination in 1984, leading retreat experiences for lay men and women, members of religious communities, and diocesan priests.


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The Oshkosh Northwestern
March 9, 2018


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Date/Time
Date(s) - Thursday March 29, 2018 - April 1, 2018
4:00 pm - 10:00 am

Location
St. Norbert Abbey

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Bookings

Bookings are closed for this event. Please contact the Norbertine Center for Spirituality with questions or concerns or to be put on a waiting list: 920.337.4315 or ncs@norbertines.org.

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