Every Monday evening, 1956-1964, Father Kentenich, Founder of Schoenstatt, gave a brief talk to families in Milwaukee. His words on marriage and family in challenging times were a support to these families. Discover the relevance of his message for family life today and join us for:
8:30 AM – Registration table opens
9:00 AM – Opening & Welcome
10:00 AM – Talk, Reflection, Learning
12:00 PM – Lunch
1:30 PM – Confession, Tours, Shrine time, Family Time, Testimonial, Skits and Games
4:00 PM – Closing
— Program Ends at 4:00 PM —
4:30 PM – Holy Mass (Optional)
Schoenstatt Retreat Center
W284 N698 Cherry Lane
Waukesha WI 53188
The Schoenstatt Families are offering four one-day events in the summer for parents and children with lots of learning and growing together as well as fun games and meeting other families.
DOME stands for Discover On Monday Evenings.
Discover the message which Father Kentenich, the founder of Schoenstatt shared every Monday evening
with couples and families in Milwaukee in the years in the 50s & 60s.
His talks have been compiled in texts that are called On Monday Evenings.
Discover many secrets for how to build the Domestic Church!
Discover a place where we receive special graces to strive for holiness as a family!
Discover a beautiful place…
A getaway for the whole family…
A holy place to be in touch with God…
Learning ways to strength faith and family life…
Finding the tools to build the Domestic Church…
A small chapel dedicated to Mary…
We are at home!
One day event for families
9 AM - 4 PM
Through corresponding methods, parents and children will learn the same message.
Small capsules of stories, anecdotes, parables, and reflections from Father Kentenich to the families…
Games, talks, discussions, confession, Holy Mass, and much more…
Come and join us!
Saturday, May 16:
Educating Personalities for Today
Saturday, June 20:
Confidence in Divine Providence
Saturday, July 18:
Knowledge, Faith, or Practice?
Saturday, August 8:
Mary: Our Mother and Educator
“We cannot turn to anyone for such great help, but to the mother of all help, to the Mother Thrice Admirable and Queen of Schoenstatt. She is the great educator…”