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Our calendar is full of retreats designed to help you grow closer to God, creation and who you were meant to be. Peruse our listings to find the perfect retreat or event to soothe your soul or inspire your life. 


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Our Mission


The St. Anthony community welcomes all seeking healing, hope and transformation through deeper connection with God, Self, Others and Creation.

We gather to embrace and grow in Franciscan Values.

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Ministry Associates Portal


Ministry Associates support us through prayers, financial donations or volunteering. The Ministry Associates portal at sarcenter.com helps those who want to stay more closely connected to the operation of the Center keep up-to-date with the exciting plans and behind-the-scenes action. Want to know more about becoming a Ministry Associate? This is the place the start.

Rita reminds us to give thanks every day


Thanksgiving is a wonderful reminder to all of us of the importance of expressing gratitude in our lives. Two years ago, after my daughter and her three children moved in with us after leaving Wyoming, we were blessed to be able to have them share Thanksgiving with us for the first time in many years. Our extended family on my husband Gordy’s side was gathering at our house for the celebration that day. As I was finishing putting the meal together, my 7.5-year-old granddaughter, Faith said, “Grandma, I think before we eat, we should each say what we are thankful for.” I looked at her and said, “Faith, that is a great idea!” (Out of the mouth of babes!)

Usually, the family gathers around the table before the meal begins and says the traditional Catholic meal prayer, “Bless us oh Lord, and these thy gifts, etc.” and then everyone gets down to the eating.Read More

Cheryl lets the blood of Jesus wash her clean

What the Cross Means to Me

Walking around the halls of St. Anthony’s, you’ll see a lot of crosses and a lot of crucifixes. Every guest room has at least one, as do our meeting rooms. You can’t get away from them, and for those who aren’t used to seeing them, their appearance can be sometimes jarring and even disturbing.

Jesus is love and kindness and gentleness. Why are you showing him so sad and in pain? Why would we use a depiction of torture and death for a Gospel of joy and hope?

Because Jesus conquered death. What his enemies saw as a humiliating, torturous death, we as Christians remember as the moment Jesus saved and redeemed us. He made it mean something very different.Read More

Where is St. Anthony's?

What People Are Saying About St. Anthony's next prev

  • Thank you again for the amazing weekend! The retreat was wonderful and the sacredness of these grounds is priceless. You feel the love the minute you drive in. May God Bless you all for your ministry – Abundantly!!!

  • It was my first time at a retreat-life long Catholic 63 years old ­– about time! I was sort of concerned about the silence factor and my, what a peaceful-prayerful-wonderful experience it has been. Thank you for the silence.

  • My third retreat at the St. Anthony Spirituality Center was like coming home – welcoming, safe, and prayerful. I felt cared for and could experience God’s love on many levels.

  • St. Anthony’s is a very warm, welcoming and safe haven. I love to leave the noisy world we live in and come into a world of silence. We need this time to get our focus back and become rooted again in our faith, our journey.

  • The conference was very well presented. The speakers gave me much to think about. I very much enjoyed walking on the grounds of St. Anthony's. What a beautiful place! I felt so close to God and his creation.

  • I always feel truly welcome at St. Anthony's. You all are so hospitable. The beautiful surroundings in and outside makes prayer easy. I'm going home refreshed and renewed.

  • From the minute I entered, I was welcomed and treated like I belonged here. Like I had come home. What a wonderful experience!

Views around the Center

Some of our beautiful guest rooms