About Marillac Center

Louise de Marillac
Marillac Center carries the name of St. Louise de Marillac, the 17th century Frenchwoman who together with St. Vincent de Paul founded the Daughters of Charity. Her spirit of prayer, service and hospitality permeates our Center.  Louise struggled to find balance in her life of family, ministry and the deep call of the God within. Marillac Center seeks to provide this kind of place and atmosphere for prayer, retreat and quiet.

Groups also find Marillac to be a welcoming facility to gather for planning, education and renewal. In typical Charity tradition, Marillac is a Catholic Center which welcomes people of other faith traditions.
Marillac Center, established in the spirit of the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, provides an environment of prayer, peace, hope and transformation. Through this center, located adjacent to the Sisters of Charity Mother House, the Sisters share their holy ground, their story and charism with those who seek to grow spiritually and deepen their quest for God.
Retreats, conferences, spiritual, holistic and educational programs are offered through Marillac Center. Guests are received in a spirit of hospitality offered in humility, simplicity and charity.

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