Retreats and Days of Recollection
Christ acts on each individual whom He calls. To foster and encourage regular and
frequent discernment of God’s will for each individual, faculty and students
retreats, as well as Days of Reflection are offered throughout the school year.
These retreats are scheduled each school year to take place during the
school day. All students are required to attend these days of reflection.
What is an ECHO Retreat?
PVI Junior/Senior Retreat Discription
- ECHO, an acronym for Encountering Christ in Others, is a retreat based on the Paschal Mystery, led by a team of Paul VI Staff, Alumni, Students and Parents.
- ECHO’s impact is in the simplicity and beauty of its goal: to encounter Christ reflected in themselves and in others.
What is a Guided Retreat?
- Retreats are planned to meet the spiritual needs of students living in a secular world. Led by a Chaplin or Spiritual Director, they offer the students the opportunity to focus on their faith and their ongoing relationship with God now and in the future.