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Exploring our Cannonball Moments

This year has been designated an Ignatian Year in commemoration of the 500th Anniversary of the conversion

of St. Ignatius Loyola, after a cannonball shattered his leg and ended the dreams and plans he had for his life. But Ignatius’ Cannonball Moment was the beginning of the unfolding of a bigger dream God had for Ignatius,

a dream about serving the needs of others, accompanied by Jesus, humble and poor.


In this day of prayer we will reflect on the Cannonball Moments of our own lives, and how they have served to make us better servants of other people and God’s dream for the world. We hope you will join us!

Date: Saturday, April 2, 2022

Time: 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.

Attend In-person or Virtually

Retreat Facilitator:  Fr. Dan Krettek

Retreatants attending virtually are encouraged to create a quiet, sacred space in their homes for this retreat. Also, retreatants are invited to have their journals available for times of reflection.


About Our Presenter


Pre-registration is required and non-refundable for this event. Simply click the "Pay Now" button, and follow the steps to register online and reserve your seat. A third-party company handles our registrations so that we don't overbook events.  If registering online poses an obstacle to you, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.  Thank you!

Register for this Retreat

Emmaus House relies upon the revenue from events, such as this retreat, to help sustain its ministry. The suggested offering for this event is $40. To reserve your seat, please click the button below to register. 

If you are unable to afford the $40 registration cost at this time, we still want you to join us! Scholarships are available. Please contact us for additional information.

If you would like to partner with Emmaus House in its commitment to offer its services & events to those unable to afford the cost, we invite you to make a donation to our ongoing ministry & operations fund. We deeply appreciate your generosity!

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