Tag Archives: Retreats

Finding Community Through ESCAPE

Dajour Evans is a sophomore in the College and an ESCAPE leader. The Dajour from this time last year had it more together than I do right now. At that point in my life, I was a few months into … Continue reading

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What I’ve Done Matters Less Than Who I’ve Become

Sophomore Truc Nguyen is a human science major in the NHS. Here, she reflects on her time at the Montserrat Retreat. Catholic Ministry’s annual sophomore retreat. How has the school year been for you so far? As a sophomore, I … Continue reading

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Finding God’s Presence in Everyday Life

Eva Lucchino, COL’19, is an English major and history and theology minor. This year, she is serving the Hoya community as a Catholic Retreats Leader. While junior year has definitely been the most challenging from an academic standpoint, it has … Continue reading

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Finding Nachas at the Jewish Life Retreat

Something we love talking about here at Georgetown is “cura personalis,” or care of the whole person. What exactly does this mean? For some, it refers to self-care: taking time to see friends, eating a well-balanced meal, writing in a … Continue reading

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The Importance of Awareness: A Reflection on the CM Student Leadership Retreat

The Campus Ministry Student Leadership Retreat is an annual, interfaith overnight opportunity for leaders from across our programs. Students share and build upon existing involvement through community formation activities, skill-based workshops, development discussions and reflection. No matter how many different … Continue reading

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