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Retreat Houses

AISLING Retreat House

4800 Hoffmanville Road, Millers, MD 21102
Phone: 410-239-7138. Fax: 410-239-0094
Directors: Sr. Eileen Quinn, Sr. Cecilia Reilly
Small retreat house run by Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi; offer retreats, directed and individualized; spiritual direction; massage therapy; counseling by a licensed psychotherapist; workshops and group facilitation.

Retreat and Conference Center at Bon Secours

1525 Marriottsville Road Marriottsville, MD 21104
Phone: 410-442-3120
Director: Kevin Cassidy
Bon Secours Spiritual Center is a ministry of the Sisters of Bon Secours. The Center is fully air-conditioned with spacious and comfortable meeting rooms of various sizes, 70 individual overnight rooms with private bathrooms and a kitchen famous for its delicious, healthy and creative meals. Bon Secours offers a variety of sponsored programs, or you can arrange your own retreat or conference. We are happy to assist you making all the arrangements. The Center sits at the highest point of 313 acres of pastures and woodlands adjacent to Patapsco State Park. Gardens, walking trails, pond, large outdoor pool (in season), indoor fitness center, library and bookstore are available to guests. Visit their web site.

Francis House

2226 Maryland Avenue, Baltimore 21218
Phone: 410-235-2588
Sr. Patricia McAlpin, O.S.F. Francis House is open as a house for prayer and hospitality for individuals and groups for days of recollection and meetings.

St. Francis Xavier House of Prayer

108 E. Madison Street, Baltimore 21202
Phone: 410-727-2539
Rev. Francis P. McGauley, S.J. Spiritual direction, retreats, and ongoing programs in the tradition of the Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius.

Holy Trinity Spiritual Center

Box 5742, 8400 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore (Pikesville) 21282
Phone: 410-486-5171
Director:  Rev. Thomas Morris, O.S.S.T.
54 bed facility for retreats, conferences, workshops and meetings.

St. Mary's Spiritual Center

600 N. Paca Street, Baltimore 21201-1995
Phone: 410-728-6464. Fax: 410-669-8140
Director:  Rev. John McMurry, S.S.
A small urban Catholic facility located on the site of the first Catholic seminary in the United States, including the charming Old Seminary Chapel, a national historic landmark building and the first example of neo-gothic church architecture in the U.S. The center offers the following: (1) Leaders for specific workshops and one-day retreats for parish ministries and other groups. Each group may schedule a program at their parish, and this Center, or at any other suitable location. (2) One-to-one Spiritual Direction by trained and experienced directors. (3) Use of the facilities for group meetings (up to 150). (4) Progoff Intensive Journal workshops for personal and spiritual growth. (5) Other retreats and workshops designed to fit the needs of the group which wants them. A tranquil oasis in the heart of Baltimore. No overnight facilities. Call or write for a free descriptive brochure.  Visit their web site.

Monsignor O'Dwyer Retreat House

P.O. Box 310, 15523 York Road, Sparks, MD 21152
Phone: 410-666-2400, 410-472-2400. Fax: 410-472-3281
Director:  Rev. Martin Nocchi
We provide retreats for youth and young adults ranging from 8th grade up through college. We do not generally accept adult groups.  For information and scheduling of retreats or the pool, please call the Retreat House. We guide young people toward a better understanding of themselves, others and God by providing quality retreats rooted in Catholic tradition.  Visit their web site.

Our Lady's Center (Shrine)

An Apostolate of the Laity
3301 S. Rogers Avenue, Ellicott City 21043
Phone: 410-461-5066
The purpose of the Center is to promote Marian and Eucharistic devotion. Facilities include: Outside Shrine, Stations, Memorial and mediation area.

Seton Retreat Center

333 South Seton Avenue, Emmitsburg 21727-9297
Director:  Sr. Vincentia Goeb, D.C.
Located on the grounds of the Daughters of Charity, St. Joseph's Provincial House. A beautiful and peaceful mountain setting, ideal for retreats, conferences, meetings, parish programs, etc. Facilities include: Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, chapel, small and large meeting rooms with movable chairs and tables, 50 single air-conditioned bedrooms and large dining area.