Retreats at Merrimack
A retreat is a time to relax, reflect with God and talk with others about friendship, family and faith. Our retreat experiences are offered during the weekend at off-campus sites. Students of all faith traditions are welcome!
Freshman and First-Year Student Retreat
Led by upperclassmen, the Freshman and First-Year Student Retreat is a time for freshmen and other first-year students to reflect together on their future Merrimack experiences. You’ll explore your faith, make new friends, discuss issues of college life, get away and relax during this weekend overnight experience.
Merrimack Out-Reach Experience (MORE)
The Merrimack Out-Reach Experience, sponsored by the Grace J. Palmisano Center for Campus Ministry, is a special time for students to get away, relax and reflect on family, self, friends and God. One of Merrimack’s most popular retreat experiences, this student-led weekend program is designed to deepen relations with other students and forge closer ties with the greater Merrimack community.
History of the O.S.A. in the U.S.A. Retreat
This retreat to Philadelphia and Villanova, Pennsylvania, explores the roots of the Order of Saint Augustine in the United States. It is held annually during fall semester.
This weekend retreat is an opportunity to gather with Catholic students from colleges and universities in New England to consider ways to deepen faith on campus.
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For information about MORE retreats, contact:
Fr. Keith Hollis, O.S.A. 978-837-5356
For information about the Freshman and First-Year Student Retreat, the History of the O.S.A. in the U.S.A. Retreat or the Intercollegiate Retreat, contact: