Prayer, Healing, and Retreats
Following are some of the prayer, healing, and retreat opportunities available in the Diocese of Fargo.
The Our Lady of Guadalupe Adoration Chapel has been designed specifically as a diocesan chapel for perpetual adoration. It will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for those who wish to come and pray before Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament.
Check out the programs on the Married Life page for programs to help strengthen marriages or heal broken ones.
Visit the “Breaking Free” web page for resources to help you break free from pornography.
Courage is an international group dedicated to help those who suffer with same-sex attraction to live in accord with the Catholic teaching on the meaning of human sexuality and chastity. A local group meets in the Fargo-Moorhead area (contact information).
Beginning Experience is a Christian support program for separated, divorced, and widowed people.
Many resources are available to help those coping with the effects of an abortion. Visit the Project Rachel Ministry website to learn more about retreats, counseling, and other ministries.
Retreats of many formats are held throughout the year in the Diocese of Fargo.
People are introduced to the Cursillo movement in a three-day weekend experience, during which they not only hear inspiring talks on what it means to be a Christian, but experience the joy of building and being part of a genuine Christian community. To find out more about Cursillo, and where and when the 3-day weekends will be offered, visit the Cursillo North Dakota web page.
Vianney Discernment Weekend
The Vocation Office sponsors a Discernment Weekend at Maryvale Convent in Valley City for men 16-40 years old who are discerning a vocation to the priesthood. The weekend allows men the opportunity to pray, reflect and visit with others discerning the possibility of answering Jesus’ call to be a priest. For more information, call (701) 356-7956 or email vocations(at)fargodiocese(dot)org.
Other Retreat Opportunities