Men’s Retreat

The Battle Rages On!

Join us for our Men’s Retreat on February 21 & 22, 2020 at Dunrovin Retreat Center. The theme of the retreat is “The Battles Rages On.” Our presenter is Glen Gauer, an expert at reaching men’s heart with topics that help Catholic men identify and fulfill their mission. In addition, Fr. Tim Nolan will speak on the power of the Holy Spirit and offer a closing Mass on Saturday.

The cost includes 4 meals, 1 night lodging and retreat presenters/materials. The retreat begins promptly on Friday at 3pm; plan to stay through Saturday evening. Dunrovin Retreat Center is located at 15525 St Croix Trail N, Marine on St Croix, MN 55047.

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Register Online Now!   (limited to 45 men, ages 18 and older)

Cost 
– Single Room $195
– Double Room $170
– Bunk Room (5 beds total) $120

* Partial Scholarships may be available. Contact Dan Jaeger at djaeger@st-patricks.org for more information.

Retreat Schedule

Friday, February 21 3:00 pm Check-In at Dunrovin
3:30 pm Retreat Begins
5:30 pm Dinner
8:30 pm Social
Saturday, February 22 8:00 am Breakfast
9:00 am Retreat Resumes
Noon Lunch
2:30 pm Retreat Resumes
4:00 pm Mass
5:30 pm Dinner
6:30 pm Check-Out

Speaker Biographies

Glen Gauer grew up near Ipswich, SD and gave his life to Christ in 1990. He served on a NET team, attended Franciscan University, Steubenville, OH and served in youth ministry until 2008. He and his wife, Jamie, served in FOCUS Ministries for nine years, discipling college-age men and women at SDSU and in Brookings, SD. In 2017 they started Mission Blueprint, a non-profit ministry dedicated to serving the Church through men’s retreats and parish conferences. Together they’ve been blessed with 5 children.

 

Fr. Tim Nolan was ordained in 1967 for the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis.  Over the years he has served as Chaplain at Benilde High School, Spiritual Director at Saint John Vianney Seminary, Archbishop’s Liaison to the Charismatic Renewal and founding Pastor of the Church of Saint Paul in Ham Lake. He retired in 2004 after 23 years as Pastor of the Church of Saint Paul which was often described as an alive, Spirit-filled parish in the spirit of Vatican II. He has conducted numerous retreats in the USA and abroad. He now resides at Pacem in Terris, a Hermitage Retreat Center where people can be alone with God.