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Silent Directed Retreat II

Summer Retreat with Spiritual Direction

One-on-one sessions with a spiritual guide, Eucharistic liturgy, and common evening prayer are offered daily during this weeklong retreat. Participants are invited to journal, read, walk the beautiful Siena grounds and labyrinth, and be refreshed and renewed.

Sunday, June 20, to Saturday, June 26, 2021
The retreat begins at 3:30pm on Sunday and concludes with the mid-day meal on Saturday.
Cost of $525 includes $55 non-refundable deposit, spiritual guidance appointments, meals, and overnight accommodations.

To ensure social distancing, space is limited for this retreat. Click here to learn more about our public safety protocols.

Eileen Brynda, OP, is a Dominican Sister of Sinsinawa.  She holds graduate degrees in Education and Pastoral  Ministry (Boston College).  Her ministry has been in schools and as pastoral associate in parishes.  Having studied the scriptures both formally and informally, she often has given days of reflection on various Biblical themes.  Her training in Siena Retreat Center’s Spiritual Guidance Training Program has also prepared her as a spiritual guide and retreat leader.

Rev. Ron Gramza is a priest of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee and a native of Racine County.  He has served as a priest for over 40 years.  Through the years, he has been accompanied by wonderful spiritual guides and has engaged in many retreats, including 30-day Ignatian retreats.  Ron believes that, “the best part of ministry is recognizing that we are companions on the journey.”  Ron joins the retreat team as liturgical presider and one of the spiritual guides.  This director has a waiting list.

Nancy Raboin, PHJC, is a member of the American Province of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ in Donaldson, Indiana.  Presently she ministers as a spiritual guide and artist, exploring the sacred relationship between spirituality and creativity.  Her background includes art therapy and trauma therapy.

Nancy A. Sell, OSF, is a School Sister of St. Francis.  With graduate degrees from Andover Newton Theological School in Massachusetts and Washington Theological Union in Maryland and training in spiritual guidance, she has been involved in various aspects of ministry for over 40 years, including parish, seminary, jail, and religious community ministry.  She is currently involved in spiritual guidance and retreat ministry.