Double back, or press on? The trail map of Monhegan Island (population 65) clearly identified three walks recommended for day-trippers, so we had chosen the pleasant, 25-minute stroll to Lobster Cove.
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We invite you to join us this year at Cranaleith and trust that you will find in our offerings one or more that beckon you to this place of hope, this sanctuary of mercy.
Joanne Castner attended an Overnight Directed Retreat this spring at Cranaleith. “It was a time of peacefulness, healing and insight for me,” she said. While here, she wrote a poem and spent time roaming the grounds and capturing these accompanying images.
Remember the adage "everything in moderation" when putting together a compost pile. Composting is fundamental to gardening. It helps to amend the soil putting nutrients and minerals back in as well as helping with water retention. At Cranaleith, we have many different methods of composting
Do you remember Godspell, the Broadway musical from the 1970’s featuring young people loving God and singing about it? I recently had the great fortune of leading a retreat for a group of multi-talented, faith-fulled teens from St. Matthias Church Parish in Bala Cynwyd. They exhibited the same level of enthusiasm.
Maureen O’Connell, La Salle University Theologian and Cranaleith Board Member, published the following article in America Magazine on "How diversity in the classroom makes us better Catholics."
Join us for a retreat this summer and you will find a warm welcome, quiet peace and a sense of belonging.
With winter passing and the dawn of Spring, I have become increasingly aware of the need to tend and cultivate....
We are pleased to announce the appointment of two new members to our Board of Directors. Stephen G. Hart is Vice President...
After months of hard work and dedication from our staff, we are excited to debut our new website! From compelling...
We are pleased to welcome new Program Director, Kathleen McCauley to the Cranaleith family. Trained in the areas of pastoral...