Motus Christi 2018

Young Adult Retreat
The Movement of Christ in your Heart
An Apostolate of the 
Idente Missionaries

“Wherever two or more of you are gathered in My name, there will I be in your midst.” 

- Matthew 18:20

Retreat Dates

February 16 to February 18, 2017

(Friday evening to Sunday afternoon)

Retreat Location:

Seminary of the Immaculate Conception

440 West Neck Road 

Huntington, NY  11743

Retreat Cost:

$110 per person

(Includes registration, lodging, and meals)

(Coach bus transportation available from the Bronx to 

the retreat center for an additional $20)

Bus Info:

A coach bus will be departing from Saint Dominic's Church 

(1739 Unionport Road) in the Bronx at 6:30pm to the Retreat Center.

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What is Motus Christi?

Motus Christi is a movement conducted and guided by the Idente Missionaries, in which young people of all ages and stages of faith are invited to live filial holiness in common.

Who Is It for?

Motus Christi is an encounter with Christ for young adults:

  • whose faith is weak or non-existent
  • who are seeking to increase their faith
  • who are seeking a concrete form of commitment to Christ

Motus Christi is open to young adults between the ages of 18 and 29.

What do we do at Motus Christi?

At this annual, 3-day encounter, young people are encouraged to recognize the mercy of their Father in heaven, who calls them to Himself. In the presence of His love, they are motivated to make a radical change in their lives, for which they can count on grace through the sacraments of Reconciliation and the Eucharist, prayer, and daily prayerful reading of the New Testament.

How to Sign Up

Contact the Idente Missionaries:

The Bronx or Manhattan:

Contact Brother Pjetër, M.Id

(646) 203-4750


Contact Sister Yerania, M.Id

(718) 526-3595

 Brooklyn or Nassau County:

Contact Brother Roland, M.Id

(347) 621-6356

Suffolk County:

Contact Brother Carlos, M.Id

(631) 509-2577

           “You must therefore be perfect, even as your Heavenly Father is perfect.” -Matthew 5:48