Support for Marriages
Created for Connection -
A Guided Retreat for Christian Couples
Are you looking to enrich, to reenergize or to heal your marriage?
The Service of Marriage, Family and Life at the Archdiocese of St. Boniface invites you to participate in an outstanding guided retreat for Christian couples!
NB: The date for 2019 has not yet been set.
Couples will be invited to deepen their connection and create a more secure love relationships, by exploring 7 conversations for lasting love. The retreat is based on the life-giving and highly effective method for helping couples: Emotionally Focused Therapy.
Location: The retreat will be hosted at the beautiful St. Benedict’s Retreat Centre, which is located in West Saint Paul (just a few minutes outside of Winnipeg).
This includes the cost of the retreat, as well as lunch and snacks.
We encourage you consider making it a weekend away!
We are happy to offer economical accomodations on site, as well as make recommendations of nearby hotels. Please note that the cost of accomodations would be yours to cover. Feel free to inquire for more details.
For more information or to register, please contact:
Resources for couples going through difficult times
The Service of Marriage, Family and Life has prepared a document that offers resources for couples going through difficult times. It provides information on local resources and others available elsewhere in North America (offered online and by telephone).
Click HERE for the Resources handout for marriages going through difficult times.
Other Resources for
Support of Marriages
Retrouvaille : www.retrouvaille.org
Designed to help troubled marriages, this program focuses on communication, and aims to get marriages back on the right track. A single-weekend experience, as well as follow-up sessions during several weekends, over the course of three months.
Beginning Experience : www.beginningexperiencewinnipeg.ca
A non-profit support program that focuses on the needs of divorcees, separated people or widows and widowers attended to by their peers. This program involves sessions that take place over a ten-week period, three times a year. Also available: Reflection weekends.
Marriage Tribunal of the Archdiocese of Saint-Boniface: www.archsaintboniface.ca/main.php?p=182
Separated, divorced and remarried persons can request that their marriage be considered for a possible Declaration of Nullity at the Marriage Tribunal of the Catholic Church. The tribunal's main concern is to offer a healing process with compassion and hope; the Tribunal is fully committed to professional confidentiality.