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Fort Mitchell, Alabama: Blessed Trinity Shrine Retreat

 

About Blessed Trinity Shrine Retreat:

Run by the Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity, who the Church in many dioceses across the continental US, Puerto Rico and Mexico where they continue to respond to Fr. Judge’s call to be “a power for good”, to develop a missionary spirit in the laity and to work for the preservation of the faith, especially among Catholics that are abandoned.

Their retreat center, located in Alabama just across the river from Columbus, GA, is situated on holy ground for the Missionary Cenacle Family. It was here in Holy Trinity, Alabama that the religious branches of Catholic Sisters, priests and Brothers made their first home. It is here that the shrine we know as Father Judge’s Chapel stands as a witness to their birth. The Missionary Servants of the Most Blessed Trinity Motherhouse burned down in 1930, forcing the Sisters to relocate to Philadelphia, but they continue to maintain and develop our mission at this sacred place.

Blessed Trinity Shrine Retreat was built here in 1965.

They sponsor at least on retreat each month, and in addition to their own retreat programs, they are happy to host groups who provide their own programs. They welcome groups and individuals of all faiths.

Retreatants have private rooms with adjoining bath. The Retreat House is a modern 40 bedroom facility, air-conditioned throughout. It is situated on 1200 acres of woodlands, which provide ample space for solitude to commune with nature along wooded paths, bordering the Chattahoochee River. Home-cooked meals are served cafeteria-style. A new Hermitage is available for those desiring greater solitude (rates vary).

 

Traveling to Blessed Trinity Shrine Retreat:

Address:  107 Holy Trinity Road, Fort Mitchell, Alabama 36856

Tel:  +1 (334) 855-4474
 

 

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