Loyola University Maryland

Campus Ministry

Kairos Retreat

Kairos Retreat banner with participants sitting in quiet reflection and

Kairos, adapted from Greek to mean "God’s Time," is a Christian retreat program geared toward deepening one's faith, identity, relationships, and connection to God's role in our lives. This retreat is an opportunity to find meaning in the highs and lows of your life. 

Kairos is a journey of the heart, mind, and soul. On the weekend, you will hear from your peers, be invited to share your own story, and discover a community of affirmation and companionship. Everyone has a story worth telling, and everyone is welcome to embark on this journey.

In a typical year, the Loyola Kairos Retreat is a three-day retreat held each semester at The Loyola Retreat Center in Flintstone, MD. This year, due to COVID safety protocols, the Kairos Retreat will be held over 2 days on campus in Alumni Memorial Chapel.  Due to space constraints, registration this spring will only be open to seniors.


  • Friday, March 12 from 4-10pm
  • Saturday, March 13 from 9am-6pm


There is no cost for Kairos Retreat for Seniors Spring 2021.


Due to COVID safety protocols, we have limited capacity on this spring 2021 retreat.  We have decided that only seniors will be eligible to register.  If you are not a senior, we encourage you to register for Kairos Retreat that will be held next fall and spring.  Fall Retreat Registration launches in September.

Please note, submitting a registration form does not guarantee your spot on the retreat. Campus Ministry has a commitment to building community on retreats where students have the opportunity to learn, share, and pray with students from diverse backgrounds and identities. To ensure this intentional diversity, after you submit your registration, students may be placed on the waiting list. You will be notified to confirm a spot on the retreat.

Registration for Kairos Retreat for Seniors will open on Tues. Feb. 16th at 3pm.

Retreat Registration Form


For more information, contact Fr. Jack Dennis at Jdennis@loyola.edu