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Fall Retreat – Faith as Paradox

Please join us for a weekend of prayerful reflection as we enter the Fall season.


Friday, October 13 at 3:30pm to
Sunday 15, 2023 at 1:00pm 
Jogues Retreat House Cornwall-on-Hudson
20 Jogues Drive, Cornwall, NY 12518  
(845) 534-7570
$165.00 includes room and meals
Fall Retreat- Faith as Paradox
This October, we will be exploring the nature of paradox within our faith.
In a world where problem-solving and answers are valued more than searching and questions – mystery and surrender have fallen on hard times. Jesus’s teachings were filled with contradictions that have lost their meaning and impact in our lives. How does wrestling with the tension of opposites in the parables and within our tradition invite us to deeper faith, surrender and transformation?
Our retreat guides will be Fr. Joe Donnelly and Bob Saraceni from Men’s Ministry
Jogues Retreat House at Cornwall-on-Hudson

Our venue will be the Jogues Retreat House at Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY. Jogues Retreat House is a Jesuit Retreat House owned and operated by the New York Province of the Society of Jesus. The house was designed by the famous architect, Stanford White and built in 1886 by Mead and Taft for the Stillman family as a summer residence.  Five Stillman generations have lived in Cornwall NY.  James Jewett Stillman, (1850 – 1918) a financier and president of the National City Bank which eventually became City Bank, purchased the property on which he erected the house that stands there today. In 1963, one of Stillman’s descendants, Chauncey Stillman, conveyed the property and house to the Scalabrini Fathers who used it as a seminary. They moved out in December 1973, and the house and property, according to Mr. Stillman’s wishes, passed to the Jesuits-New York Province. In 1975, the Cornwall residence was formally appointed by Father General Arrupe, as a house of the Society, Jogues Retreat, and has been used both as a villa house for Jesuits and as a retreat/meeting center.


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