2019 Young Adult Retreat at Legendary Lodge

 

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Frequently Asked Questions and Other Pertinent Details:

Who can attend?

This retreat is intended for those in their 20’s/30’s. While we will not be checking birth certificates to ensure that you meet this age “requirement,” it is important to the dynamic of the group that those in attendance are of a similar age. The life stages of young adults vary widely, from single-still-in-college to married-with-children and everything before, in between and after! We want to be inclusive of all, while ensuring that everyone feels comfortable in the group. If you have concerns whether you will be comfortable in this environment, please contact us.

Can I bring my kids?

Yes, families are absolutely welcome. This retreat, however, is intended for adults, and we have limited housing space for families with children. Registration will be on a first-come, first-serve basis, so families with children are encouraged to register as soon as possible! Parents must assume all responsibility and liability for the safety and security of their children.

Cost:

$50 per Adult
$10 per Child (5 years and older)
Scholarships are available. First, we encourage you to ask your local parish. Second, contact Kevin Molm at kmolm@diocesehelena.org or 406.389.7055.

Time & Location:

ARRIVAL: 6-7:00PM FRIDAY, AUGUST 2 – Dinner will be served at 7:30pm on Friday; be there by then if you want to eat. (Please do not arrive any earlier than 6:00pm.) We welcome late arrivals; please just communicate your plans to us.

DEPARTURE: 11:00AM SUNDAY, AUGUST 5 – We will conclude by 10am on Sunday, followed by cleaning and departure by no later than 11:00am. We will have a Mass that meets your Sunday obligation (it may be either Saturday night or Sunday morning before departure.)

What if I have to leave early/arrive late?

We will work with you. We understand that “commitment” is a 4-letter word for young adults, and we will work with you on a case-by-case basis to ensure that you are able to participate in this retreat as much as you are able, including welcoming those who need to leave early/arrive late. Life happens and there are inevitably a million and more events for young adults during the short Montana Summers. Nevertheless, for the common good and for the development of meaningful relationships – which take time and commitment – we encourage you to plan to be present for the entirety of the retreat.