Bishop Neumann High School offers annual retreat days for our students and the Lincoln Diocese hosts several youth retreats throughout the year that our students may attend.
Annual Retreat Days
Bishop Neumann Retreat Days: One-day retreats that are hosted for students in grades 7-12 during the school year. The retreats are led by faculty, staff and Priests.
Quest: A two-day retreat for freshmen and sophomores that focuses on love of God, love of others, and love of self. It is a great way to enhance the faith of our youth and meet great people. For more information, click here: QUEST
Teens Encounter Christ (TEC): TEC is a three-day retreat for high school juniors-seniors and college freshman-sophomores that focuses on the Paschal Mystery. A great chance to learn more about having a relationship with God and others through talks, discussions, activities and prayer. For more information, click here: Teens Encounter Christ
Totus Tuus: A summer Catholic catechetical program host by parishes in which four trained college students and seminarians present a week-long parish camp of prayer, music, scripture and catechism for the 1st-12th grade students. For more information, click here: Totus Tuus
Steubenville: Steubenville Conferences are specialized to address the needs of today’s Catholic youth. With an exciting lineup of speakers, musicians and presenters, the High School Youth Conferences challenge Catholic youth to stand firm in their faith, to rely upon the awesome power of Jesus Christ as their guide, friend and Savior, and to show them that faith to the world. Keynote speaker this year is nationally known speaker, Jason Evert. Students entering 9th grade through just graduated Seniors are able to attend. Steubenville Youth Conference
Diocesan Canoe Trip: The Diocesan Niobrara Canoe Trips down the Niobrara River began in 1995 under the direction of Fr. Ronald Homes. The canoe trips are open to high school youth (sophomores, juniors, seniors) and college students. Adults are also invited along as sponsors/drivers. Locations for carpooling from different areas of the diocese will be provided closer to departure. THERE IS NO BUS TRANSPORTATION FOR THIS EVENT. Parents will need to provide transportation to the camp site or join a carpool. Diocesan Canoe Trip