Foyer of Charity

A Catholic Community Offering Retreats and Weekends of Prayer to All

Retreats & Activities

“Silence is the environmental condition most conducive to contemplation, to listening to God, and to meditation. The very fact of experiencing silence and letting ourselves be “filled”, so to speak, with silence, disposes us to prayer. God speaks in silence, but we must know how to listen.” Pope Benedict XVI

Foyer Retreat House Lenten Series

Who: Father John Geaney, CSP, Paulist Missionary Preacher
What: Lenten Lunch and Learn
When: March 8, 2019, March 22, 2019; April 5, 2019 and April 12, 2019 beginning at 10:30 am

  • 1) “Poets and the Little People; a reflection of Celtic Spirituality”
  • 2) “Isiah and the Alleluia Chorus: an Ancient Prophet for Modern Times” (part I)
  • 3) Isaiah continued (part II) 
  • 4) Isaiah continued (part III) 

Retreats 2019

Each retreat seeks to shed the light of the Gospel on the experience of life and so renew the joy of believing. Father John Williams, a close friend and seminary classmate of the late Father Matthew Bradley, will be preaching a six-day retreat in June. Father Williams has made many Foyer retreats, both at Chateauneuf and in Scituate.

  • Dates: June 24-30, 2019 preached by Father Williams 

Weekends of Prayer 2019

Each weekend of prayer includes a Scriptural reflection close to life experience. 2019 information coming soon.

• The Foyer proposes an offering of $50 to $100 per day for the six day retreat and between $125 and $250 for the weekend of prayer. (Inability to make this offering should not keep someone from making the retreat; please consult the Foyer.)
• All rooms have private bath and AC. Bethany – the second building – has its own chapel and coffee station.
• There is train service (the Greenbush line) from South Station, Boston, to North Scituate where we meet retreatants.

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