In the work of justice and anti-racism, non-Native settlers are called to do our own work—
to learn real history, seek within our spiritual tradition and grapple with what repair of harm
This retreat will be marked by a journey into Christian spirituality and story, Indigenous history of this land and ecological connection. Through presentation, discussion and quiet reflection we will delve into what a spirituality marked by repair and kinship could look like in this crucial planetary moment.
Friday, February 9, to Saturday, February 10, 2024
The retreat begins on Friday at 6:30pm and concludes on Saturday at 4:00pm. Cost: $225 (includes overnight accommodations and Saturday meals)
You can register and pay online by clicking the register button above, by calling the front desk at 262-898-2590 with a credit card number, or by mailing a check made out to “Siena Retreat Center.” Payment must be received to complete registration.
Eric Anglada lives in the Driftless Region of Wisconsin. He is co-founder of St. Isidore Catholic Worker Farm and offers ecological programs through the Sinsinawa Dominicans. He works with the Nuns & Nones Land Justice Project and facilitates gatherings on the land which are connected to the Wild
Church Network. His passions center on the connections between land, spirituality, justice, and decolonization.
Considering extending your stay? Use the button below or call Nikki at (262) 898-2580 to request additional accommodations like extra meals or overnights.
Please note a minimum of one week’s notice is needed for all reservation requests.