Integrated Centering Prayer and Welcoming Prayer Lenten Silent Retreat (on-site)

February 27—March 1, 2024 | Tuesday, 7:00 p.m.—Friday, noon CST

Facilitated by Rev. Rob Carr and Rev. Dennie Oades, commissioned presenters of centering and welcoming prayer, members of Contemplative Outreach, founded by Fr. Thomas Keating
Cost: $240
Registration is limited.
“The Father spoke one Word, which was His Son, and this Word He speaks always in eternal silence, and in silence must it be heard by the soul.” —Saint John of the Cross
Join us for a soulfully rich experience of silent consent to the presence and action of God in the deepest center of your being. This is a silent, integrated retreat providing several periods of Centering Prayer and Welcoming Prayer along with ample time for walking, reading, journaling, rest, and prayers with the monastic community of Mount St. Scholastica.
Persons with experience in centering prayer and/or welcoming prayer, as well as those new to these prayer methods, are welcome. For newcomers, an introductory overview of both centering prayer and welcoming prayer will be offered.
This retreat is being offered in partnership with Contemplative Outreach of Kansas City.
You are encouraged to register early as space is limited. Please register no later than February 19. Once we have received your registration, we will send you an invoice for the retreat. Please know we have scholarships available; if you would like to make a request, email S. Carol Ann at We strongly encourage you to add to your email contacts to ensure the delivery of emails regarding your retreat.
Rev. Rob Carr has represented Contemplative Outreach Kansas City as a centering prayer presenter and retreat leader since 2002. He also has been active in leadership with the Academy for Spiritual Formation for 15 years and is a graduate of the Souljourners program through Sophia Center.
Rev. Dr. Dennie Oades is a Contemplative Outreach commissioned presenter of Centering Prayer, Centering Prayer as 11th Step, and Welcoming Prayer. She is a retired United Methodist pastor and a graduate of the Souljourners program through Sophia Center.


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Benedictine Sisters of Mount St. Scholastica
801 South 8th Street
Atchison, KS 66002
(913) 360-6200