In-Person Retreats

What is an in-person retreat?

A Mighty Is Her Call Retreat is an event that honors mothers by offering a day of restoration and encouragement.   

It’s a chance for you to reflect on the importance of your vocation, to relax, and to remember just how powerful, meaningful, and Christ-filled your life is as a mother.

Our speakers are open-to-life Catholic moms who share their stories about the powerful vocation of motherhood.


Her Call is Mercy

September 14, 2024

8 AM - 3 PM

Church of the Magdalen

Wichita, Kansas


October 12, 2024

8 AM-3 PM

St Joseph & St. Patrick Catholic Church

Escanaba, Michigan


October 26, 2024

8 AM-3 PM

St. Gabriel the Archangel Catholic Community

McKinney, Texas


December 7, 2024

8 AM-3 PM

St. Andrew by the Bay

Annapolis, Maryland

What will you receive from a Mighty Is Her Call retreat?


We begin with an offering Mass for you and your intentions. Join us for a Holy Hour in Eucharistic Adoration in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament. There are opportunities for Confession throughout the day.


Spiritual talks reminding you of your purpose and importance as a Catholic Mother.


True stories about trials and triumphs shared by real Catholic mothers.

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Please also check out our audio retreats.

Memories from the Minneapolis Retreat

“It was a beautiful day and much needed in the busy life of being a mom. I loved all the special touches and having meals provided. A very special day. Thank you!”
- Jenny, Minneapolis

“Confession was so powerful, and the speakers were so vulnerable and inspiring. It was a gift to be free to just be and to receive!“
- Taylor, Minneapolis

“This was like a spa day filled with so many spiritual graces and quiet!”
- Kathy, Minneapolis

“Each talk gave such a beautiful insight into different motherhood experiences, and each allowed for personal connections, which is so important in the mothering journey.”
- Anne, Minneapolis