Retreat House

 

St. Saviour's House
St. Agnes Avenue
Knowle
Bristol
BS4 2DU

Tel: 0117 977 5863
[email protected]
retreat application form
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Resident Priests
Rev. Fr. Phillipe Pazat (Prior)
Rev. Fr. Vianney Vandendaele

Apostolate
St. Saviour's House is the Retreat House of the District. The buildling was originally an Anglican convent built at the end of the nineteenth century. It has an exquisite chapel and also includes residential flats for faithful who wish to attend daily Mass and live close to the Blessed Sacrament.

Retreat Schedule 2017

May 19-21 3 Day Recollection with Fr. Alphonsus Maria CssR
May 27-29 Gregorian Chant Seminar at St. Saviour's, Bristol
Jun 12-17 Ignatian Retreat for men
Jul 17-22 Achbp Lefebvre's Spiritual Journey
   

retreat application form

Ignatian Retreats

Attending the St. Ignatius exercises for the first time can be a life-changing experience. The Ignatian Retreat can reveal to us how far our soul has slipped from a true love of God and from appreciating how much He loves us. This comes as a shock even to those who regularly attend SSPX Masses, go to Confession fairly often, say the rosary daily and generally consider themselves to be good practising Catholics.  

The first part of the retreat opens our eyes to the gap between our own comfortable assessment of our spiritual life and the reality of how we have bent God to suit our lifestyle rather than fitting our lifestyle to what God wants of us.  Be warned that this can be a salutary experience!  

The second part of the retreat shows us how to make a resolution to love God more; taking the necessary steps to save our souls. 

The Ignatian Retreat represents what could be the final opportunity to cleanse our souls (remember: we do not know the hour of our death) and every Catholic really should seize the chance to attend before it is too late.

Please note that the Retreat will not be offered unless five or more attendees have registered at least two weeks before commencement.

General information about retreats

A non-refundable deposit of £30.00 per person will be required when booking and the suggested donations will be £75.00 for Recollections, £85 for Redemptorist Recollections (to cover travel expenses) and £150.00 for Retreats.  There is a surcharge of £30 per extra day. 

Please note that retreat application forms must be completed to book for a Retreat and received at least two weeks in advance by email to [email protected] of by post at the above address.
    

You SHOULD bring

  • alarm clock
  • towel, soap and personal toiletries
  • rosary and Missal (Chapel veil for ladies)
  • umbrella (as needed)
  • bed linen or sleeping bag
  • simple attire suitable for a religious house, which means no shorts for men, and modest dresses or skirts, but no trousers, for women.

You should NOT bring

  • Electronic devices, laptop computers, radios, CD players, newspapers or magazines.
  • Suitable reading material will be issued at the discretion of the Retreat Master. No other books are required.

 

view gallery of the chapel and house
view gallery of Bishop Fellay's visit 25th Sep 2016