A Place to Belong… it’s a cry from the heart for many people in the LGBTQ+ community. While suffering, rejection and abandonment are often synonymous with self-affirmation for them, it’s important to rediscover the deeper meaning of their existence… to revisit together that sacred space where God speaks to our hearts, where he calls us, where he breathes his life.
Should your financial situation be an obstacle to booking a retreat or if you are required to pay by cheque, please contact the ISCM at [email protected] or at 438 377-1597 to further discuss how we can help you get the support you need.
Drawing on their different backgrounds, Mark Langlois and Nicola Di Narzo will accompany you on this contemplative adventure based on Ignatian spirituality, in order to draw new resources to help us overcome the challenges of our daily lives. Rediscovering the meaning of our existence means rediscovering that beyond rejection, beyond our difficulties and torments, God’s unconditional love awaits us.
Beyond questioning the positions of our Churches, this retreat aims first and foremost to cultivate or strengthen a personal spirituality that enables us to live a deeply intimate and personal relationship with God.
AS A REMINDER WHEN YOU BOOK A RETREAT
Once you have clicked on the button indicating you have read and agreed to the Cancellation policy then clicked on the Register button, you will automatically be transferred to our Hotello payment platform. Here you will be able to enter all your billing information and choose a payment method that will allow us to automatically process your deposit and final balance and confirm your retreat reservation.
Once your deposit payment is confirmed by our team, you will receive an email from the ISCM with your receipt and a link to the Prepare for your retreat form. We ask you to please complete this questionnaire for us as soon as possible as it will help us ensure you enjoy a quality retreat at the Villa Saint-Martin and receive appropriate spiritual accompaniment.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the ISCM at [email protected] or at 438 377-1597.