“Advent is a continuous call to hope. It reminds us that God is present in history to lead it to its ultimate goal and to its fullness, which is the Lord Jesus Christ. God is present in the history of humanity, He is the ‘God-with-us’, He walks beside us to support us.”
Pope Francis , 1st Sunday of Advent ,2020.
A note of assurance to our guests: Linwood Spiritual Center will continue to monitor and follow all CDC and government guidelines. We have been diligent in our commitment to the wellbeing of our guests, SU Community, and staff, and will continue to be so in order to welcome all of you to our beautiful and safe, sacred land along the Hudson. FOR OUR UPDATED WELLNESS GUIDELINES CLICK THE PDF
We pray that God's comfort and healing arms hold you close, especially those working to keep us safe, and all who cry out for justice! Click Prayer Request on the menu above for the Sisters of St. Ursula to pray with you.
From May 2021 until July 2022, the Society of Jesus celebrates an Ignatian Year.
What is an Ignatian Year? May 20, 2021 marks the 500th anniversary
of St. Ignatius’ conversion — that fateful day when Ignatius the soldier, struck by a cannonball, began his transformation into Ignatius the pilgrim.
The Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States has prepared a landing page for all things Ignatian Year. Go to /www.jesuits.org/spirituality/ignatian-year/
There you'll find prayers, events, resources, videos and more!
While our hands are full of domestic challenges, our brothers and sisters abroad are in desperate need.
We urge you to support Catholic Relief Services by clicking HERE.
Amtrak trains stop at Rhinecliff, NY. Shortline buses stop in Rhinebeck, NY.
Taxis are often waiting at the train station, a 5 minute ride away but less available in town for bus arrival.