ST. VINCENT PALLOTTI RETREAT CENTER
In 1962 the St. Vincent Retreat Center was established in Elkhorn, WI a beautiful area 35 miles southwest of Milwaukee. This Roman Catholic Center is named after the founder of the Pallottine order of religious priests, brothers, sisters, and laity. It is open to those of any faith and was established to assist individuals in the process of deepening and strengthening one's relationship with God, self, others, and creation.
The center is situated on 148 wooded acres of rolling hills in a very beautiful rural setting. The environment in any season of the year is perfect for answering the call of Jesus to...
"Come by yourself to an out-of-the-way place and rest for awhile."
St. Vincent Pallotti Retreat Center serves all types of groups throughout the year. On weekends, if you are visiting, you will generally see youth groups from parishes having a retreat -- often this is a time in preparation for Confirmation.
During the week you may see parish groups or classes from schools who make their way to this special space for a day and/or an overnight time of reflection. Other groups we serve include Marriage Preparation, Grieving and Loss, Religious Communities, Children of Alcoholics, the Elderly, school faculties and various parish committees.
Our facility and grounds provide the perfect environment for a successful group retreat experience. In fact, we've just completed the renovation of our dining area which provides more space for gathering, meeting and eating!!
Contact Mary Beth Clowney, the Director of our Retreat Center, to schedule a tour of this quiet and peaceful place of prayer.
The St. Vincent Pallotti Retreat Center was established in Elkhorn, Wisconsin by the Pallottines of the Mother of God Province.
The staff, in the spirit of Mary Queen of Apostles, strives to live and advance the vision and charism of St. Vincent Pallotti. Therefore, we affirm the baptismal call of all the faithful -- laity, clergy and religious.
The Staff of St. Vincent Pallotti Retreat Center is committed to:
-- promote the growth and development of the
Union of the Catholic Apostolate
-- provide the setting, atmosphere, and service
conducive to the spiritual growth of the faithful
-- encourage the Apostolic call of the faithful
for their growth in relationship to God and one another