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​​​​​​Are you an incoming freshman?  Sign up for the Connections Retreat today!

Connections Retreat

Campus Ministry's Connections Reteat is a weekend to have fun, grow in faith, and learn about life at PC! Register now.
​​When: September 18-20, 2015

Where: Toah Nipi Retreat Center in Rindge, NH & Camp Aldersgate in North Scituate, RI

The Connections Retreat is Campus Ministry’s annual retreat for first-year students. Spend a weekend having fun, growing in faith, and learning about life at PC. Take a break from the busyness of starting college, form new friendships, and reflect on the role of God in your life. Make great connections with upper-class student leaders and other new students! Enjoy a weekend of canoeing, s’mores around a bonfire, time for prayer, a fresh outlook on college, and great food. Transportation and lodging are provided. The only cost is a $50 non-refundable deposit. Space is limited, so sign up today! You won’t want to miss it! 

Click to Register Below:

Connections Retreat 2015 Registration and Waiver.pdf

Men's Wilderness Retreat


Every Fall, Campus Ministry sponsors a Men’s Wilderness Retreat. About 20 men from all classes embark on a trip to various campgrounds in the New England area. Trips include Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, football, hikes, campfire cooking, and camaraderie.

Lighthouse Retreat

Attention sophomores! Looking to get away for a weekend to grow closer to your classmates and God? Lighthouse retreat is for you. Every spring, Campus Ministry sponsors a sophomore retreat on Cape Cod. There, upperclassmen address issues pertinent to sophomore year and the sophomores themselves spend a fun-filled weekend sharing their PC experiences.

Women's Retreat

The Women’s Retreat is a unique opportunity for any and all PC women looking to form supportive relationships with their peers and reflect on how their spirituality integrates into the day to day experiences of being an undergraduate woman. It’s an opportunity to get off campus and find nourishment in prayer, fellowship, good food and nature. The retreat includes individual and group reflection and is led by a group of students and staff, so the themes are always evolving to meet the current needs and desires of students.