The Diego House has five bedrooms with eleven single beds, a commons area for visiting, a small  kitchnette, and two private bathrooms with tub/shower. Adjacent to the  Diego house is the Chancery building, which houses the Bishop’s chapel, a dining room and a conference room.     Welcome to the Diego House... With the generous gift of the estate of Fr. Jerry Felion, a priest of the  Diocese of Crookston, the Diego House has come to be a place of rest  for Diocesan guests, candidates for the diaconate, and retreatants  seeking to draw closer to Christ, his Holy Mother and the life of the  Church. WEEKEND RETREAT $90 per person or$150 per couple  Includes:  •	Weekend (2-night) accomodations •	Saturday & Sunday meals & snacksRetreat fees  DIEGO HOUSE ACCOMMODATIONS •	Guests share two private bathrooms which each have a tub/shower combination.  •	Bedding and towels sets are provided. •	Individual items, like shampoo, soap, etc., are to be brought by each guest. •	It is preferred that each retreatant has her/his own bedroom, though at the retreatant’s request exceptions can be made.  RESERVATIONS Due to the limited number of rooms, the Diego House retreats will be filled on a first come/first serve basis according to the date reservations are received. If a retreat is filled, you will be notified and placed on a waiting list. We intend to schedule more opportunities to attend a high-demand retreat. Retreat Costs & Reservations: Registration Information
Diego House Retreat Calendar View/Download Diego House Retreat Brochures Contact: Anna Kliner, Guest Master    The Office of the New Evangelization   Diocese of Crookston (218) 281-4533 ext. 432 Click here for more Diego House Photos & Info Diocese Home Diego House Home More About the Diego House Office of the New Evangelization Year of Marriage Diego House Retreats 2014-2015 Women’s Retreat: The Little Mandate of Catherine Doherty Men’s Retreat: The Work of Your Hands Men’s Retreat / Women’s Retreat: Til Death Do Us Part Home Diocese Ministries and Offices Vocations Directories