Java, Jazz, and Jesus (JJJ) enables participants to relax with coffee & jazzy music while engaging in honest conversations about "God thank you, but …" with other young adults and those young at heart. A great way to fellowship and deepen gratitude in our lives.
These two days of prayer and reflection seek to explore habits of being as well as concrete next steps to help each participant become more confident in moving forward with their callings in life. This experience is meant for people who have attended a Caritas or a Silent Retreat with Christus Ministries.
Caritas is a retreat experience that has helped over 1,800 people explore God’s love and voice in their lives through relationships with those around them. This Caritas takes place in the mountain resort town of McCall, Idaho (100 miles north of Boise), on the shores of Payette Lake, marked by a sense of rest, prayerfulness, and simply being in God’s creation.
Caritas is a retreat experience that has helped over 1,800 people explore God’s love and voice in their lives through relationships with those around them. This Caritas takes place at the historic San Luis Rey Mission with its serene coastal setting, offering many areas for timelessness, meditation, and relaxation.
Veritas is a four-day retreat experience designed for those who have already attended Caritas. Veritas allows retreatants to explore how genuine love is lived out in truth, mercy, reconciliation, and justice. Preparation will involve regular prayer three weeks before the retreat weekend.
Join other young adults (18-23 years old) for this weekend retreat marked by an open, genuine, non-judgmental environment. Come, explore your faith through engaging presentations, inviting small groups, personal prayer, and meaningful liturgies and sacraments at a retreat center nestled in the beautiful mountains in Running Springs.
Want to experience friendships that transcends borders with an economically impoverished community marked with love and hope in Tijuana, Mexico? Join us for a weekend to paint and bless the new home for a family in need, as well as visit a shelter for migrants, experience a posada, and learn about border issues.