Every year, we lead at least three retreats. Our first retreat, typically in late September, is our annual Freshman Retreat, which aims to help incoming freshmen reflect on their faith and start building a sense of community, fellowship, and family among the new class.
Fall Retreat – December 2
Our annual Fall Retreat will focus on the themes of Advent: fear of the unknown and hope of the future. The topics explored are especially relevant to student life, regardless of class year or post-graduation aspirations. The retreat will include a few group discussions, Mass, adoration, opportunities for confession, and, of course, plenty of time for Emmaus walks.
Breakfast will be served at the Newman Center starting at 8 AM, and we will leave for the Shrine at 8:30 AM. We will return to campus at 6 PM, at which time students are invited, but not obligated, to stay for dinner. Transportation and food will be provided. All Hopkins undergraduate and graduate students are welcome to attend this retreat.
The weather is expected to be cold, so please dress accordingly.
To sign up for the retreat, fill out this form.