Christ’s Peace offers the following monthly preached retreats.  There are conferences, Eucharistic Adoration, Mass, Confession and time for private prayer, reflection and walking.  The retreats start with dinner together at 6pm; guests may arrive anytime on Friday to settle in before the retreat.  Cabins/Courtyard Rooms:  $180 Single/$270 Couple or Single Guest Rooms: $110 (Meals Included).  To attend, fill out the Individual Retreat Form or call 913.773.8255 

2024 Monthly Preached Retreats

Be Healed
Friday, July 5th at 5:30pm – Sunday, July 7th at 4:30pm
“Somewhere deep inside each one of us is a burning desire to finally become the person God created us to be.” Do you suffer from spiritual or emotional wounds that are keeping you from reaching that goal? We will be using Catholic therapist Bob Schuchts’s book “Be Healed” as a means of spiritual, emotional, and physical healing. Come, be guided on your journey of healing. His trusted process for finding inner peace and healing is boldly Christ-centered and maintains focus on the person of Jesus as “the life-giving and ever-present physician of our souls.”

C.S. Lewis: The Problem of Pain
Friday, August 16th at 5:30pm – Sunday, August 18th at 4:30pm
“If God is good and all-powerful, why does he allow his creatures to suffer pain?” Join us alongside C.S. Lewis as he offers answers and shares his hope and wisdom to help heal a world hungering for a true understanding of human nature. Come be transformed by the message that God can use evil and pain to mold us and make us into who we each were made to be. This is God’s love. And it is in this that we can start to give a response to “the problem of pain.”

Journey to Joy Silent Retreat
Friday, September 13th at 5:30pm – Sunday, September 15th at 4:30pm
How can joy and sorrow go together? In contemplating the seven sorrows of the Mother of Jesus, we can discover what so many Christians over the centuries have found: in Mary’s sorrows we find a model of faith and how to discover happiness in the midst of suffering. A way to transform sadness into gladness? Discovering Mary’s method of converting sorrow to joy is an important step taken in the spiritual life. We will be using Fr. Daniel Brandenburg’s book, “Journey to Joy” to find the meaning, peace, and happiness for which we thirst.  Retreatants make/renew their consecration to Mary on September 15th, the Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows.

Behold, an Angel of the Lord
Friday, October 18th at 5:30pm – Sunday, October 20th at 4:30pm
When God through the incarnation became man in Jesus Christ, the relationship between humans and angels changed. Angels still have the superior nature, but we have been given the grace of a more intimate friendship with God, a sharing in God’s divinity, through grace, that even the angels don’t enjoy. During this retreat we will be using RC Spirituality’s retreat guide on “Invisible Allies” and Fr. Pascale Parente’s book, “The Angels: In Catholic Teaching and Tradition” to explore how God wants the angels to be involved in our Christian journey, and what role they are called to play in the dramatic history of our salvation.

A Spiritual Road Map to Eternity
Friday, November 1st at 5:30pm – Sunday, November 3rd at 4:30pm
Join us for the Feast of All Saints as we journey with Fulton Sheen as he draws out a spiritual road map to eternity. It is often unpopular to be a true Christian today, and living the faith can be a struggle amid the disorders of our times. Walk with us as we explore the truths about heaven and hell that resound in Sheen’s book, “Go to Heaven,” breathe new life into your understanding of faith, tolerance, love, prayer, suffering, and death. Come be encouraged in the faith and the way to heaven which we can chose now.

Advent Silent Retreat
Friday, December 6th at 5:30pm– Sunday, December 8th at 4:30pm
Prepare your hearts for the coming of the Lord this Advent as we explore the essence and promise of the Advent Season and gain a new understanding of the coming of Christ.

New Year Spiritual Reflection and Planning Retreat
Friday, January 10th at 5:30pm – Sunday, January 12th at 4:30pm – 2025
Join us for our Annual New Year’s Spiritual Reflection and Planning Retreat. Set aside time to reflect on what matters most in life, prioritize the most important things first and map out pathways for the new year. The structure of the retreat will allow ample time for you to do work on your plan; we will provide resources and ideas to incorporate in your plan. There are conferences, spiritual direction, Eucharistic Adoration, Mass, Confession and time for private prayer, reflection and walking. Please bring your own personal items that will aid in the process such as: bible, notebook, agenda, journal, catechism, laptop (if this helps you plan better), etc.