About this Event
167 Neck Rd., Madison, CT
The inaugural Living Mercy Retreat is an invitation for Salve faculty and staff to share in a weekend of mindful reflection, dialogue, and community, considering the call of mercy in our work and lives today. Twenty spots are available (fully funded) for faculty and staff to explore the charism of mercy within their teaching, leadership, and service at Salve.
The retreat will be facilitated by Sister Sheila Carney, RSM and a leadership team of Salve faculty and staff. Sister Sheila is special assistant to the president for Mercy Heritage at Carlow University in Pittsburgh, and vice-postulator for the cause for canonization for Catherine McAuley in the Americas.
The location of the retreat is oceanside at Mercy by the Sea Retreat and Conference Center in Madison, CT, with individual rooms provided for each participant. The retreat will begin at 4 pm on Sunday evening (June 4th) and conclude at 1 pm on Tuesday morning (June 6th).
This retreat has been made possible through the Professional Development Grant awarded to Salve Regina University from the Network for Vocation in Undergraduate Education (NetVUE).
Please register to hold your spot for the retreat. A detailed schedule will be shared with registrants.