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Open Confirmation Retreats

Join us for an exciting, inspiring retreat where you can connect with Jesus and others who are on the Confirmation journey.  Our SPIRITUS team of young adult evangelizers makes discussing faith topics fun and interesting. These retreats are open to parishes with a small number of students needing to attend a Confirmation retreat or to students who were not able to attend their parish retreat. 

*Registration closes the Wednesday prior to the retreat.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the retreat being held? 

In-person retreats will be at Mount Tabor Center

Virtual retreat registrants will be emailed a

zoom link.

Electronic devices are not permitted on retreat.

Students are asked to set aside cell phones and electronic devices for the duration of the retreat.  SPIRITUS Missionaries will collect devices at the beginning of the retreat and return them when the retreat is completed.

Will I be attending Sunday Mass during the retreat?

Yes, Mass will be part of your retreat.

How do I know I am registered for this retreat?

You will receive an email confirming your registration.

How can I be reached during the retreat?

In the event of an emergency, your family can reach you at this number:  

 (920) 385-1576

 -- day of retreat ONLY --

Where can I park?

There is a parking lot on the west side of the building you may use. Parking on the street is allowed during the daytime hours. The City of Menasha parking ordinance states overnight parking from 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. is prohibited during the months of November through March. Parking on an odd / even basis is allowed during the months of April through October. Between the hours of 2am - 6am you may park on the side of the street that coincides with the date (prior to midnight). On even dates, such as April 6, you can park on the side of the street with even house numbers. (Mount Tabor Center is on the even side of the street.)

How do I get to the retreat?

Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from

Mount Tabor Center.

Free parking is available.

Should I bring food with me? 

All meals are provided by Mount Tabor Center.  You may bring a snack if you wish. All food and beverages must be kept in either the kitchen or dining room; not bedrooms.

What should I

bring with me?

An open heart. Overnight retreat students should also bring a change of clothes & personal toiletries.  Bedding & towels are provided.

What if I have dietary restrictions?

Gluten-free bread, peanut butter and jelly are available at every meal. If you have special dietary restrictions, feel free to bring food with you.  A kitchen is available for storing food items. 

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