CENACLE RETREAT HOUSE
59 N. Reyes Street , Loyola Heights, Quezon City
The Cenacle Sisters is an international Congregation whose mission is to assist men and women in the awakening and deepening of faith. It was founded in La Louvesc, France in 1826. The founders St. Therese Couderc and Fr. Stephen Terme responded to the needs of people whose faith had been tested by the French revolution. The Cenacle Sisters continue the work of their founders, responding to the spiritual needs of people in many countries.
Maryhill Retreat House link to map
Km. 22 Ortigas Ave. Ext. Road to Antipolo, Taytay, Rizal
CFM NAZARETH HOME
6-A Big Horshoe Drive, Horshoe Vill., 1112 Quezon City
Tel: 412-2738 Telefax: 412-2739
CFM is an international organization and movement of families called to witness to Christ, to be evangelized and to evangelize. In the Philippines, parish units of six to eight families meet every two weeks for prayer and study using CFM guidebooks. CFM is under the guidance of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) through the Episcopal Commission on Family Life (ECFL) and the Episcopal Commission on the Lay Apostolate (ECLA). Established in 1956, CFM is the first and oldest family life organization in the Philippines.
CLARETIAN MISSIONARY SISTERS
Maria Antonia Paris House of Prayer
48-A Cenacle Drive, Sunville Subd., Culiat, 1128 Quezon City
We were born in the Church in the year 1855, in Cuba. Our Founders are St. Anthony Mary Claret and Venerable Maria Antonia Paris. We arrived in the Philippines on October 7, 1987.
Moved by the Spirit, and following the footsteps of Claret and Paris, the Claretian Missionary Sisters are dedicated to the evangelization of all peoples, as Claret would say, seeking to respond “to the most urgent needs in the most efficient ways.”
We are called to work tirelessly to spread the good news of Jesus, We the Claretian Missionary Sisters concentrate on our efforts in:
- Christian Education
- Missionary works among the poorest
- Pastoral ministry at the diocesan and parish level with the youth, families and children.
- Catechetical and Liturgical ministry
- Migrant ministry
- To work with consecrated people and in the formation of priests
- Retreat Houses
- Other pastoral activities / works.
“Our reason for being in the Church is that God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ be known and loved by all people.”
Mary Help of Christians Center for Spirituality
Don Bosco, Batulao, Tagaytay City
POLLOCK RENEWAL CENTER
President’s Office, Ateneo De manila University
Ateneo Campus, Loyola Heights, Quezon City
The John Pollock Renewal Center is the ideal place for retreats, recollections, prayer meetings, and Christian value formation seminars. It is situated atop one of the highest points of the Ateneo campus, thus offering sweeping views of the Marikina valley and of the hills of Antipolo.
Moreover, the Center is also well-appointed structure with 15 dormitory-type non-air-conditioned bedrooms with a total of 64 beds, common toilet and bathroom, kitchen and dining hall, three conference halls that can seat 25 to 65 participants at a time, and a chapel called the Sacred Heart.
Angels Hills Retreat and Formation Center
Arnoldus Road, Maitim II East, Tagaytay City, Philippines
Tel No: (046) 413-2501
Angels’ Hills is a community of lay persons committed in a special calling to serve people yearning to encounter God through our humble place and facilities
Founded in 1999, the two hectare lot of Angels’ Hills Retreat and Formation Center is conveniently located along Aguinaldo Hi-way in the heart of the Nature City of
Tagaytay, the highest point of Cavite, Philippines. Tagaytay City is known as the grand viewing deck for the smallest volcano in the world, Taal Volcano. It is also a place of solitude and relatively characterized by low temperature, low humidity and abundant rainfall.
That makes Angels’ Hills an ideal place for development and formation of values amongst people from all walks of life.
Karis Retreat House
St. Michael Road, Kabangaan, Iruhin West Tagaytay
813-2554 or 817 7993
The Karis Retreat House is our family’s retreat apostolate continually born out of an awareness of God’s love and graciouness (Karis).
Throughout their lives, the Juan Family had given their time to their local parish and renewal communities out of a sense of responding to a greater love.
A few years ago, they realized that they wanted to express their response of gratitude a step further.
Inspired & responding to God’s faithfulness, through the graciousness of our Lady of Guadalupe during Mr. Juan’s Quintuple Heart Bypass Operation, the family dedicated this secret and hidden sanctuary of the heart.
The Karis, meaning “Grace” in Greek.
The Karis continues to grow as God’s constant invitation for all of us, no matter where we are, to journey to accept and embrace our lives as grace to be received and shared.
St. Scholasticas’s Center of Spirituality
Phone: (632) 850-5439
Telefax: (632) 046-413-1535
In 1991, the Community of Missionary Benedictine Sisters of St. Scholastica’s College, Manila Philippines, envisioned the construction of a retreat house in Tagaytay City, a cool mountain region fifty miles south of Manila. It was to serve as an alternative venue for retreats of academic community of St. Scholastica’s College and other Benedictine schools in the Philippines, as well as for formal assemblies, retreats and renewal programs of the Missionary Benedictine Sisters of the St. Scholastica’s Priory, Manila. Also envisioned was the possibility of the retreat house eventually offering an integrated program of Benedictine spirituality for those in search of a way of “seeking God”.
The three-building complex of St. Scholastica’s Center of Spirituality was completed on December 31, 1993 and blessed on February 6, 1994. Three years, later, on September 30, 1997, a new chapel building was added through the generosity of a benefactor who donated the entire amount to cover construction costs. Aside from the Chapel of the Sacred Heart, the building included the Sacro Speco, a replica of the cave in Subiaco, Italy where St. Benedict stayed in solitude for three years. And in September 1998 the sisters’ convent was renovated and its left wing with 10 rooms was made available for use of retreatants.
On November 23, 1998, St. Scholastica’s Center of Spirituality was incorporated and its first Board of Trustees was elec