St. Anthony Retreat Center has several facility options: the Historic Buildings or the Heritage Circle. These separate areas ensure privacy and quiet for multiple retreat groups attending at one time.
Sacred Heart Hall
Sacred Heart Hall is the original Kalihi orphanage built by the Brothers of the Sacred Hearts in 1909. The rooms remain roughly the same: dormitory for sleeping, dining hall, chapel, private rooms, a cottage, and more.
1st Floor: Dining Room -- 60 room capacity
2nd / 3rd Floor: 43 beds -- 43 room capacity (dormitory set-up,
with several showers)
Immaculate Heart Hall
Immaculate Heart Hall was originally used at the children's recreation hall. Built around 1920 - 1930, the IHH has seating for 45-60 persons. The first floor and basement provide for additional dormitory accommodations.
Bishop Libert Hall
Bishop Libert Hall, named after Bishop Libert Boeynaems, is the conference center for this circle of buildings. The hall has three separate air conditioned rooms which may be opened to accommodate 124 persons.
Mother Alexandrine Hall
Mother Alexandrine Hall is named after the first Sister superior of the Kalihi Orphanage. The dining room accommodates 77 persons. A small service kitchen allows the SARC staff to prepare and serve meals in a separate area.
Sister Mary Gertrude Hall
Sister Mary Gertrude Center is named after the founding Sister of our retreat center. The center consists of 20 double occupancy rooms. Each room has two twin beds, private bath, and air conditioning. Two retreat master suites give those facilitating the retreat experience extra planning and praying space.
Saint Damien House
Saint Damien House is named after Father Damien the "Leper of Moloka'i" and member of the Congregation of the Sacred Hearts. The deck and retreat lounge overlooks the stream and landscaped areas of the center. This room accommodates small groups of 25-30. A small kitchenette provides an area to prepare refreshments.