St. Saviour's House
St. Agnes Avenue
Rev. Fr. John McLaughlin (Prior)
Rev. Fr. Dominic O'Hart
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 & Conference Schedule 2022
|Feb 15-17||Priests' Meeting|
|Mar 7-12||Lenten Retreat|
|May 16-21||Marian Retreat|
|Jun 24-26||Married Couples' Weekend Retreat|
|Jul 11-16||Women's Ignatian Retreat|
|Aug 1-6||Men's Ignatian Retreat|
|Aug 19-21||Young Roman Catholics Weekend|
|Aug 29-Sep 3||Priests' Retreat|
|Sep 26-Oct 1||Women's Ignatian Retreat|
|Oct 24-30||Men's Ignatian Retreat|
|Dec 10||Advent Recollection|
application form for retreats
Attending the Exercises of St. Ignatius for the first time can be a life-changing experience. An Ignatian Retreat can reveal how far a soul has slipped from a true love of God and from an appreciation of God's love for souls.
The first part of the retreat brings a soul to the understanding of the difference between the perception of spiritual health and the reality of how we actually stand before God. The second part of the retreat teaches the means by which a soul may cultivate a true love of God.
General information about retreats
£ 150.00 for retreats; £ 15 one day recollection; £ 60 three days retreat (two nights); £ 60 Youth conferences. The inscription form and a deposit (NOT refundable) of £ 30 (Ignatian retreat); £ 15 (3 days retreat, Youth conferences) must be send at least TWO weeks before the start of the event.
Please note that application forms must be completed to book for a Retreat and received at least two weeks in advance by email to [email protected] or by post at the above address.
- 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.