St. Michael Retreat House was first called The Pentecost House. It was built by the Archdiocese of Manila for its Cursillo classes aimed at forming Christian leaders.

In 1972, when fewer Cursillo classes were being held, retreats and recollections organized by various parish-mandated organizations were accepted. Twelve years later, the management decided to change the name of the place and named it after St. Michael, the Archangel.

Being a venue for spiritual and other church-related activities, SMRH seeks to strengthen and renew the family through education and formation.

What We Offer

SMRH offers retreats and recollection, formation sessions and conferences for vocation discernment, for values and cultural development, marriage encounter, youth encounter, and evangelization programs.

The long list of activities is meant to renew them spiritually as well as to ensure their holistic and integral human education

How To Get There

St. Michael Retreat House is accessible via Sumulong Highway. Taking a private vehicle or taxi from Sumulong Highway, one will have to take a left turn at Antipolo Circumferential Road, then another left turn at San Jose St.

Via Ortigas Ave., one will have to take a left turn at P.Oliveros St, towards the direction of the Cathedral then take a left at J.P Rizal, then a right turn at Antipolo Circumferential Road, and finally another left turn at San Jose St.

You may also take public transport by flagging any Jeepney or FX bearing “Antipolo Simbahan” signages. Then, hire a tricycle to reach St. Michael Retreat House. The tricycle fare costs 28 pesos.

For inquiries:

Sn. Jose Ext. Antipolo City Philippines

Phone: (02) ^960382 / 6636312 / 66163141 to 16 TeleFax: (02) 6960381