The first Emmaus Retreat was held in the Archdiocese of Miami at the Dominican Retreat House in 1978.
It was developed and conducted by a team of laywomen from St. Louis Church in Kendall and since has spread to parishes throughout the Archdiocese of Miami, other cities, states and even internationally. The retreat is based on the scripture passage found in Luke 24:13-35, where Jesus appears to two disciples who are on the road to Emmaus, after Jesus’ resurrection.
The retreat offers a unique opportunity for personal, spiritual growth simply by discovering a new relationship with God and others. It allows time for you to reflect and affords you the opportunity to meet Jesus on your personal journey; to get away and look at yourself as a Christian / Catholic. It helps you to focus your life in a more positive and meaningful way. The retreat guides you through a series of reflections given by laypersons on all aspects of life – spiritual, emotional, physical and relational. You will come away with a renewed sense of priorities.
Women’s Emmaus in English
The Women’s Emmaus in English monthly meeting in English is the third Saturday of every month at salon Dr. Lejeune at 8:30 am.
Men’s Emmaus in English
Monday 6:45 – 9:00 p.m. Barry Hall.
Mujeres de Emaus
El grupo de Mujeres de Emaus en Español se reune el segundo sábado de cada mes a las 8:30 a.m. y el cuarto jueves de cada mes a las 7:00 p.m. – Patrician Room – Barry Hall – 2do piso.
Hombres de Emaus
El Grupo de hombres de Emaus en español se reune los Martes de 7:30 pm- 9:30 pm en Barry Hall.
English Language Men’s Emmaus Retreat – March 6-8, 2020
What is an Emmaus Retreat for Men? It is a spiritual retreat put on by the men of St. Patrick Catholic Church allowing you time for spiritual growth.