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A Deep Dive Into Last Week's Triduum

An Ignatian, Semi-Silent Weekend Retreat for Adults

April 4 - 6, 2024

Groups Attending: Individuals

This retreat is currently at capacity or registration is closed. Please call the office at 847.381.1261 with questions.


Do you enjoy deep theological discussions? Scripture study that calls forth your depths? Reflections on liturgical rites of Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Vigil, and Easter? Fr. Roc O'Connor, SJ invites you to come to Bellarmine to rest, pray, and reflect on “What just happened?” during Holy Week and Easter. Guided meditations, group sharing about Word and major liturgical symbols, and silent prayer are intended to open new depths to who the Christ is who died and rose from the dead. This retreat is great for those that work Sundays or volunteer at their church on Sundays and need a break after the season of Lent.  

Note: This retreat is Thursday, April 4 - Saturday, April 6, 2024.


This retreat includes several presentations, daily mass, 6 meals, the opportunity for one-on-one spiritual direction with a trained spiritual director, and many other opportunities to explore our 80 acres and almost 60k square feet of  interior space. All activities are optional, but we do ask everyone to respect the quiet of the retreat house for everyone to have the opportunity to read, sleep and reflect in the quiet. 

Bellarmine has two libraries, a resource center, two chapels, and many other common areas. Outdoor spaces include a various walking trails, various prayer gardens, a gazebo, stations of the cross, as well as a few patios and outdoor chairs and benches. Each retreatant has their own bedroom. 

You can learn more about what to expect by visiting this page.

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Retreat Leader

Fr. Roc O'Connor, SJ

Since 2018, and with his provincial’s direction, Roc O’Connor, SJ has been composing and writing nearly full-time. In June of 2020 OCP published his collection of eight new songs, All Shall Be Well: The Hand of God. During the lockdown from COVID he submitted a three year writing project on liturgical spirituality for publication. It twins with his article to be published in Worship magazine, July 2021. 

Listen to a talk by Fr. Roc