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Immaculate Heart offers Holy Week Retreats

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Immaculate Heart Retreat Center will be holding two retreats for Holy Week titled, “To Die with Him is to Live with Him,” led by Rev. Gregory Cleveland of the Archdiocese of Denver.

The first retreat, designed for women, will be April 15-17 and the men’s retreat will be April 18-19.

“Drawing on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius and the Song of Songs, Fr. Greg invites us into a mystical participation in the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Jesus,” a press release reads. “Fr. Greg’s meditations will ponder the power and meaning of suffering and the new life of union with Christ.”

The retreat exercises are geared to an apostolic life of the active person “consistently making choices to follow Christ in the Church and in the world.”   

Cost for the retreats are $223 per person staying on the property, or $137 for commuters/

For more information or to register call (509) 448-1224 or visit www.ihrc.net.  Early registration is recommended.

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