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Gene and Ellen Seaman share 58 years of attending retreats together.
When music is the secret ingredient of transformation.
Dale Bruner and Adam Neder embody the mission of Laity Lodge by making complex things simple.
To really see Laity Lodge’s landscape, you’re going to need a few different perspectives.
Illustrative designer Dana Tanamachi spent the month of May 2019 living at Laity Lodge and creating art for the newest Cody Center exhibit, "I Liked What I Saw," exploring her family history.
Laity Lodge hosted 1,774 guests this year through 41 retreats, along with 110 people at the Quiet House.
Through its Artist in Residence program, the Lodge regularly hosts writers, musicians, and visual artists for extended working-stays in the Canyon.
A long-distance artistic collaboration among three friends culminated in a retreat that celebrated the ordinary saints all around us.
Dwight is a rock-solid part of the Foundation’s story—and he’s also one of the changing things, as he embraces a new season of life.
Live music has long been a touchstone here in the Frio River Canyon—from guitar-and-cajón camp songs at Roundup to spirited performances at Laity Lodge’s Cody Center...