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Waverly, Nebraska: Our Lady of Good Counsel Retreat House

 

About Our Lady of Good Counsel Retreat House in Waverly, NE

Our Lady of Good Counsel Retreat House is a retreat facility operated by the Catholic Diocese of Lincoln, Nebraska.  They invite all to come away for awhile to rest, renew and deepen your relationship with our Lord.  Their Mission is to enrich the spiritual lives of the people of the Diocese of Lincoln through meaningful retreat experiences and hospitality in the context of good stewardship.

The facility includes a chapel, library, dining room and fifty individual rooms with private bathroom and showers in each. We are situated on a beautiful spacious acreage amid the rolling hills just southwest of Waverly, Nebraska.  For those who have never visited their grounds, they invite you to do so and see what others have experienced.

Good Counsel Retreat House offers retreatants an atmosphere of prayer and recollection in a quiet, clean and serene facility. The grounds allow for either a vigorous run, or a leisurely stroll in the clean air and rolling hills of our beautiful Nebraska countryside.  The proximity of the Retreat House to Lincoln allows the priests of the diocese to attend one of three scheduled retreats without having to drive great distances, and thus be away from their parishes for an extended period of time.

Each year a schedule of 20-25 retreat weekends are made available to lay men and women. This is in addition to 14 Engaged Encounter weekends devoted to those preparing for marriage as well as many midweek days of reflection by lay faithful men and women seeking the peace and consolation that only Christ can bring.

Finding Our Lady of Good Counsel Retreat House in Waverly, NE

Address:  7303 N. 112th Street,  Waverly, NE 68462

Tel:  +1 (402) 786-2705     Fax: +1 (402) 786-7211

Click here for the official website of Our Lady of Good Counsel Retreat House in Waverly, NE

e-mail:  [email protected]

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