Marin Catholic has a four year comprehensive Retreat Program that cultivates intellectual, spiritual and social development for students based on their previous experiences. Every school year, each class has a retreat experience in the beginning and end of the school year. Programs range in scope from reflective spiritual days, community building experiences, and Christian service events. Marin Catholic students are taken off campus to participate at one or more of the school’s venues each year.

Freshman year begins with students considering their own faith journey and the end the school year involves a day on a ropes course in building greater trust.

Sophomore year focuses on the message of the gospels and how this relates to our society in the world today.

Junior year 
includes the gospel in action through a service retreat at St. Anthony's Dining Hall in San Francisco and a reflection of the experience afterward.

Senior year
witnesses students taking ownership of their own faith journeys through the four day senior Kairos Retreat, and the many leadership roles the seniors play at the retreats for other grade levels.

Faculty and staff play a vital role in our Campus Ministry programs by working with the students in the preliminary planning stages, to participating in the activities with them, working side by side with the students, and even witnessing to their own faith journeys.

If you would like to be part of the Campus Ministry Student Leadership team or help plan and lead one of our retreats, please contact Michelle Vollert at mvollert@marincatholic.org.

Please come visit the Campus Ministry Office in the 800 building next to the chapel.