Marian Retreat 2024

Directed by Fr. Stehlin

This Silent Retreat will focus on the importance of the Immaculate Heart of Mary for our salvation and the renewal of the Church.

This spiritual retreat is open to all. It is a precious opportunity you won’t want to miss. Many Catholics have never made a silent retreat of this kind, much less a traditional Marian retreat by a skilled retreat master such as Father Stehlin.

Space is limited, so don’t wait to reserve your spot.

The Retreat Schedule includes: Daily Mass (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday), seven preached conferences with time for personal meditation after each talk, Holy Rosary, and morning and evening prayers.

This weekend, following the Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (August 22), is meant to help fervent souls deepen their love for and devotion to Our Lady. Father will explain what consecrating yourself to the Immaculate Heart of Mary means and how to live this consecration. He will assist and encourage all interested retreatants in such a personal consecration.

Father will also provide guidance in how you can be one of Our Lady’s “spiritual warriors” – part of Her heel that crushes the infernal serpent’s head, as prophesied by St. Louis de Montfort. We are in those times in which we need devoted hidden souls who live the spirituality of Fatima. Father will explain this spirituality. Using the three Fatima seers as exemplary models, Father will explain how you can live this powerful spirituality, attain sanctity, and help save many souls.

Ss. Francisco and Jacinta Marto and Ven. Lucia dos Santos, orate pro nobis!

WHEN:

Retreat Begins: Friday, August 23 at 3 PM Retreat and Ends: Sunday, August 25 at 3 PM

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WHERE:

Center of Renewal Retreat Center

4421 Lower River Rd.
Stella Niagara, New York 14144

Niagara River is nearby.

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Father Karl Stehlin is a renowned Mariologist and Fatima expert and has led many pilgrimages to Fatima and written a series of books on Our Lady of Fatima. He was born in southern Germany, ordained a priest in 1988, and currently serves as the District Superior in Poland for the Society
of St. Pius X. His apostolic work has also taken him to Gabon, Canada, and the Philippines. In addition to all his pastoral duties, Fr. Stehlin is a regular speaker at conferences and on The Fatima Center channels, serves as a retreat master, directs a branch of the Militia Immaculatae (Knights of the Immaculata), and strongly advocates consecrating one’s self to Our Lady.