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Poster with some elements to commemorate Ash Wednesday that mark the beginning of Lent season: wooden crucifix, bowl with ashes of palms and purple stole.

Consecration Retreats

Consecration retreats are done in a similar form to book studies but with the specific intent to form a deeper relationship and to dedicate formally to a religious or divine purpose. These retreats are a wonderful way to enrich your spiritual life and rejuvenate your zeal for God.

We are currently offering two different consecrations. The first, new to our parish, and in preparation for the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage that will travel through our diocese and city this summer, we are offering 33 Days to Eucharistic Glory!

START DATES: will be April 24th and May 1st for this consecration. Books need to be reserved by April 10 to ensure timely delivery.

The second, many of our parishioners have completed once, twice, even three times, 33 Days to Morning Glory. This consecration is to Jesus, through Mary, and focuses on the teachings of 4 giants of Marian devotion, St. Louis de Montfort, St. Maximillian Kolbe, Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta and Blessed Pope John Paul II.

NEXT START DAYS: will be April 10th and April 28th (we are continually forming new groups for this study in conjunction with consecration dates so if these days aren’t conducive with your schedule be on the lookout for future dates.)

EMAIL Faith Formation director, Julie Gramlich at julie.g@cathdraljc.org, by APRIL 10th to reserve your book and to find a meeting time that fits your needs.