Our Mission Statement
Inspired by The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola, Loyola on the Potomac, a Jesuit Retreat House, seeks to encourage and support an individual’s spiritual growth and promote a relationship of depth with God.
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Retreats and Programs
Living the Fourth Retreat
A Young Adult/Kairos Alumni Retreat
Renew your enthusiasm and your relationship with God. Living the Fourth is a Young Adult Retreat for men and women aged 18-30 who have experienced a Kairos Retreat while in High School or College. The weekend will be a powerful and prayerful reminder of life’s journey of faith.
Fee: $165 To register click here
Lessons from Loyola on the Potomac
While the Retreat House is closed we will be posting Lessons from Loyola, Monday through Friday. These videos are on YouTube with the links below.
Other Inspirational Resources:
May 28 – June 5, 2020
June 16 – 24, 2020
July 14 – 22, 2020
August 3 – 11. 2020
Fee: $625 Directed/$575 Private
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June 26 – 28
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Ignatian Leadership for Mission
Come Aside and Rest Awhile
May 18, 2020
Loyola on the Potomac
Our Mission here at Loyola on the Potomac is simple:
Inspired by The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola, Loyola on the Potomac, A Jesuit Retreat House, seeks to encourage and support an individual’s spiritual growth and promote a relationship of depth with God.
Amidst this current pandemic, we remain committed to realizing our purpose and mission. We stand firm in our commitment to pray for all who are battling the (COVID-19) Coronavirus; for all the medical professionals who are working to slow down the progress of this disease; for all front line workers; for those who are feeling lost or isolated at this time; for all our friends, retreatants and benefactors. We are partners in ministry and together we weather this storm.
In compliance with the Governor of Maryland, The Charles County Commission and the Archdiocese of Washington, Loyola on the Potomac will reopen our doors on May 29, 2020. Please be advised that at this time we respectfully ask that no one just show up or walk in to the Retreat House. Our doors will be open ONLY for those who are registered for a retreat and who have agreed to the guidelines established for entry. (These guidelines will be posted on our website later this week)
We look forward to the time where friends can once again just drop in to say a prayer or enjoy a cookie – but we are not there yet! Thank you for your patience, compliance and understanding.
Anyone who is registered for a summer Retreat, who may not be personally ready to reenter into the general population may transfer their deposit to a future retreat, transfer the payment as a donation to the retreat house, or request a full refund by contacting our Registrar at email@example.com .
We will continue to offer our daily “Lessons from Loyola”. These short reflections can be found on the homepage of our website and on our Facebook page.
We look forward to welcoming you back soon so that you can Come Aside and Rest Awhile! In the meantime, Be Safe…Be Smart…Believe!
God Bless you.
The Hermitage &
The Hermitage and Huckleberry Houses are independent structures on our grounds available for directed and private retreats.
Call Angel Restrepo at (301) 392-0801 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing and availabiliy
St. Inigoes Youth Camp
@ Loyola on the Potomac
Camp Rental Available
Amphitheater – Chapel
Deep Wash Sinks – Refrigerator
Fire Pit – Hiking Trails
Indoor bathrooms & Showers
Meeting Space – Picnic Pavilions
Open April – November
For information and reservations contact:
Angel Restrepo (301) 392-0801 or email email@example.com