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COVID-19 Safety Measures

2021 Winter Season

(Updated 1/10/21)


“For where two or three are gathered in My name, I am there among them.” 

—Matthew 18:20


Wyoming Catholic Retreat is hard at work finishing preparations for your arrival. We are excited to welcome you. 


This year has been a whirlwind for us all, and we know there have been many questions about how the COVID-19 pandemic will impact your experience. We are pleased to be able to share with you the following information about what you can expect during the retreat. 


How We Will Keep You Safe


  • Volunteer, and attendee pre-screening, health assessments, and safety precautions:

    • Volunteers are continuing daily assessments of their health designed to identify symptoms of COVID-19. 


  • Volunteer, and attendee social distancing support:

    • Following Wyoming Health guidelines, volunteers have been practicing social distancing and doing their best to stay well.

    • Before your arrival, our staff will finish the setup of areas you will encounter during your visit. In high traffic areas, or where waiting may occur, there will be markings to assist you in following social distancing guidelines. Occupancy of indoor spaces will be limited and controlled. Signs will be posted in these areas instructing you how to stay safe, and protocols will be communicated to you during your check-in process.


  • Enhanced cleaning and hygiene practices for volunteers, and attendees:

    • Staff and volunteers have been instructed and coached on how to minimize the risk of infecting themselves or others with COVID-19 or any communicable disease through increased hygiene standards.

    • Extra cleaning staff has been hired, and this team will be on a continuous mission to clean commonly touched surfaces and areas where disease can spread.

    • Extra cleaning of the restroom and dining areas will be performed, and properly equipped crew will handle food preparation and serving.

    • Enhanced cleaning protocols for optional communal activities and surfaces are in place, and signage will remind participants about how to assist us and help keep everyone safe after engaging in these activities.


What You & Your Family Need to Do Before Coming


  • Before you travel, self-assess, and stay home if necessary:

    • Per Wyoming Health guidelines, and to help keep fellow attendees safe, please follow CDC guidance and self-assess for symptoms of COVID-19 before traveling to our campus. You can find a list of symptoms and a self-assessment program here: Symptoms of Coronavirus.

    • If you find it necessary to stay home, or if you or anyone in your family should not be attending after self-assessment, please contact our team at We would be happy to discuss options for refunding your ticket.

    • On your arrival, we will require you to certify your self-assessment and results before finalizing your check-in process.


  • Bring whatever you need to feel safe and comfortable:

    • We encourage you to comply with local regulations regarding usage of masks in public spaces.Wyoming Health Department Recommendations.

    • Feel free to bring your own hand sanitizer, gloves, or any items you wish to help you feel comfortable and safe.


  • Reach out to us if financial circumstances impede your ability to come:

    • We may be able to help you attend the retreat even if you have experienced a loss of job or income during this pandemic. Reach out to our team at if a last minute economic hardship is preventing you from coming.


  • Holy families can change the world, so bring your friends!

    • If you know of a friend or family that would benefit from coming this year, share our website with them and bring them along! We have spots available that we expect to fill up, so the sooner the better!


Thank you for trusting us with the responsibility of helping bring you and your family closer together and closer to God. We know that with great trials come great fruit, and we are humbled and excited to continue the journey to Heaven with your family this year.

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