Confirmation Retreats

Faith doesn't just need to be learned, it needs to be lived.

It's more than a series of concepts out of a textbook; it's a dynamic relationship with God that will continue to grow throughout a young person’s life. Damascus Confirmation retreats exist to introduce young people to an experiential understanding of the beauty of the Catholic Church and the adventure of a life lived in relationship with God.

Like our summer camp program, this is a fun, high-adventure experience that is designed specifically to meet young people at this important stage of their lives and invite them to deeper discipleship.

The Details

Grade level:
8th Grade
Duration:
Friday-Sunday
Typical Dates:
Select weekends September-April
See Sample Schedule
Retreat Content

Throughout the retreat, students are invited to the following decision points:

  • Decide to turn away from what is holding you back from life
  • Decide to make Jesus the Lord of your life
  • Decide to receive the gift of new life given through the Spirit
  • Decide to embrace and live the mission of the Church

The content was developed in collaboration with the Dynamic Catholic Confirmation Curriculum, Decision Point, but the retreat does not assume familiarity with any particular curriculum and can be integrated into any plan of preparation!

Book a Retreat

Parents: If you are not attending with a group, please choose "Register my child" and register for any session with availability. If you are attending with a parish group, first check to see if you received a different link from your group's coordinator to make sure your reservation is connected to that group.

Parishes and Group Leaders: Fill out the "Book a Group" form to request a group reservation. You can use the other button to check available dates (currently booking for the 2023-24 school year). If you have questions, please email myra@damascus.net or call (740) 480-1288 ext. 2.

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