The gifts of the Holy Spirit demand that those who have received them exercise them for the growth of the whole Church

What is Holy Spirit 101 Retreat?

The Holy Spirit 101 Retreat  is based on the book Holy Spirit 101 authored by Victoria Harris.  Catholics will learn how to begin operating in the Pauline Charisms of healing, prophecy, discernment of spirits, tongues and more. This book combines Church teaching with stories, practices and process.

Holy Spirit 101 is the perfect source for equipping the faithful to begin stepping out and expanding their prayer with others under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Holy Spirit 101, has been critically studied and was granted the nihil obstat and imprimatur, an official declaration approving the teaching material as beneficial for Roman Catholics.

Nihil  Obstat: Msgr. Robert M. Coerver, S.T.L., M.S. Imprimatur: Most Reverend Bishop Kevin Joseph Farrell, Diocese of Dallas

Retreat Information

Our 3 day weekend retreats are the best way to get the fullest Holy Spirit 101 experience in one exciting weekend. The retreat begins on Friday evening, a full day on Saturday, concluding on Sundat at 1PM. The retreat will be held in St. Francis Parish Center.

All registrants for 3 day weekend retreat receive:

  • A complimentary copy of Holy Spirit 101

  • Journal, pen and highlighter

  • Meals throughout the retreat

  • Access to prayer ministers to assist during each practicum

Our 7 week course are hosted on a weeknight from 6:00PM to 8:45PM and is held in the Duesman Room. The Holy Spirit 101 Book is sold separately, light snack is provided.

Payments & Fees

A weekend retreat costs $100 and covers meals, materials, and facilities costs.

A 7 week retreat costs $60 and covers a light snack each week.

Payment is non-refundable. However, your registration can be transferred to another individual; however, this must be done no more than 48 hours prior to your retreat date.

Age Requirements

We require all students be 18 years of age by the start of the retreat. Minors between 15 - 17 years of age may attend with a parent or guardian in attendance.