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Marianist Creation-centered Retreat in New Mexico

Answering the call of the Laudato Si Action Goal Six, Ecological Spirituality, seventeen Marianist religious (3 Sisters & 14 Brothers) made a week-long retreat at Our Lady of Guadalupe Benedictine Monastery in Pecos, New Mexico during the first week of June. The retreat featured various hikes, activities and prayer experiences in the natural beauty of the southwest. Each evening retreatants were given the opportunity to share particular insights about connections they made between God, nature, and themselves experienced that day. For more photos of the retreat go download the album from Bro. Brian Zampier at https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GJAl4wGhdHbyk7SM9t9oCZ8yUlMsba7Z/view?usp=sharing



Marianist Creation Retreat participants

11 June 2022 • Our Lady of Guadalupe Abbey, Pecos, New Mexico


Standing: Juan De La Cruz, first year SM novice; Jesus Alvarez Peña, second year, SM novice; Br. Mitch Schweickart, SM; Br. Bob Donovan, SM; Br. Steve O’Neil, SM; Natalie Ross, first year FMI novice; Br. Justin Quiroz, SM; Br. Dennis Bautista, SM


Seated: Br. Brian Zampier, SM; Br. Tom Oles, SM; Br. Bill Schlosser, SM; Br. Gary Marcinowski, SM; Br. Richard Schrader, SM; Fr. Ted Cassidy, SM; Sr. Leanne Jablonski, FMI; Br. Mike Sullivan, SM; Rose Rucoba, first year FMI novice

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