By Colin Condon ‘20
Three days, no connection to the outside world, and those three days must be kept secret.
Year after year, Brother Rice sends different groups of upperclassmen to endure a three-day “life-changing retreat,” called Kairos.
Every student is encouraged to go on Kairos by most of the Brother Rice faculty and peers because of its “lifelong effects.”
For those that go on Kairos, they seem to really enjoy the retreat. But for those that do not, they seem to not see the point of missing three days of class, talking about their feelings, and strengthening their already strong relationship with the lord.