Make new friends. Grow your spirit. Enrich your faith. Rooted in Ignatian spirituality, University Ministry's retreat program provides Regis students with growth and guidance during all phases of their faith life and development. Retreat participants are offered opportunities for prayer, reflection and discernment. Need more information? Want to participate? Please Email Becky Camacho-Frank in University Ministry. If you'd like to become a Retreat Leader, submit a 2013 Retreat Leader Application. Connections Specifically designed for first-year students, this weekend retreat tackles obstacles which come with the first-year college experience. A team of sophomores, juniors and seniors lead small group discussions, hikes, trust games, prayer and various recreational activities. Connections is a great chance to meet lifelong friends and commit to spiritual living throughout the college journey. This retreat is held at YMCA Camp Santa Maria in Grant, CO. For more information, contact the Connections Retreat Team in the Office of University Ministry. Check out some photos on the University Ministry Facebook Page! Search for "Regis U Min." Faith & Justice Service Trip (Spring Break) Spring 2014 Travel to Dolores Mission in East L.A. this Spring Break to learn more about Homeboy Industries and a variety of faith-based community efforts that are challenging gang culture by promoting peace and justice for underserved youth. Apply for this trip here This is a semester-long commitment. We will be meeting to reflect, pray, and build community for one hour a week both prior to and upon returning from our spring break trip. Compass Retreat Not sure which way to go? Juniors and seniors are invited to participate in this retreat focusing on the Ignatian principles of discernment—prayerful decision making. This retreat is designed to help guide participants through a prayerful process of discerning where God is inviting them on the next steps of their journey. The skills learned and practiced will be helpful in facing a lifetime of important decisions! For more information, Email Becky Camacho-Frank in the Office of University Ministry. Men's and Women's Retreats Spring 2014 Gender-based retreats offer students a chance to reflect on and embrace the unique gifts and challenges of spirituality (and life!) lived as a woman or a man. Relaxed nad fun, plan on laughing a great deal, eating good food and returning rejuvenated for the rest of the semester. Ignatian Silent Retreat January 5-8, 2014 Registration Deadline is November 26, 2014 The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola have been a source of inspiration for the Jesuits and others for the past 500 years. This retreat offers students a glimpse into the profound gift of silence. It may sound intimidating, but you will be amazed by how much you appreciate time spent alone, letting God love you just as you are. Participants will meet daily with a spiritual director who will help guide their prayer. Silent Retreat Online Registration For more information, Email Fr. Hanh D. Pham, S.J. in the Office of University Ministry. Kairos January 30 - February 1, 2015 Kairos - God's time - gives students an opportunity to look inside themselves and at the relationships they have with others, asking them how they can live with a heart of love and service. Open to all sophomores, juniors and seniors, Kairos explores the interaction of self and community and challenges retreatants to live each day with purpose. Though it involves traditional elements of retreats (small group discussion, prayer, outdoor activities, teambuilding, etc.), Kairos is a retreat experience unlike any other, an experience which pushes and changes retreat participants beyond expectations. Held at Tomahawk Ranch in Bailey, CO. Apply for this retreat here For more information, contact the Kairos Retreat Team in the Office of University Ministry.