St. Vincent Pallotti
The Midwest Pallottines established St. Vincent Pallotti Center in 1962. It is named after their founder, St. Vincent Pallotti, who was called by Pope John XXIII, who canonized him, "... one of the outstanding figures in the field of apostolic activity of the 19th century."
To accomplish the purpose of the center weekend retreats, days and overnights of reflections are conducted for individuals or groups. Priests are available for spiritual direction. Here various committees from parishes, colleges, high schools, etc. gather to pray, share, and plan for the future.
The location of the center in the midst of 147 acres of mostly woods with its paths and stream is ideal for overcoming the stresses of everyday life.
Groups such as Confirmation Preparation groups, Adult Children of Alcoholics, Grieving, Marriage Encounter, Religious Communities, Cursillo, the Retired come to share, be heard and accepted.
The Retreat Center is located near Elkhorn, Wisconsin, approximately 35 miles southwest of Milwaukee.
and know that I am God.
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