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Loyola House presents “The Taste of Diversity” – featuring three dinners from around the world. Dates include: March 25 – CANCELLED June 3 November 18 We’ll post the themes shortly. Mass will be at 5pm and dinner at 6pm. Tickets are $60 ea dinner or $150 for all three! Space is limited, so order your tickets soon! Call 519 824 1250 ext 241 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 13, 2020 — this event has been CANCELLED. Join us for a dual book launch with textile artist Lorraine Roy and poet Greg Kennedy, SJ. They will read from their new books Woven Woods and Reupholstered Psalms. Both books will be available for sale. Entrance: free will offering. For more information contact Greg Kennedy, SJ at email@example.com.
This event has been CANCELLED. Join us for this year’s Easter Brunch! Fee $25 | Seniors & Children under 12 $16 | Children under 6 yrs Free Reserved seating (two seatings) – 10 am & 12:30 pm | Cash, VISA or Mastercard To reserve call 519 824 1250 ext 241 or send an email to officecoordinator(at)ignatiusguelph.ca. Reserve tickets by Wednesday, April 1. The menu will be posted soon.
Imperatives for the future of the earth with Rony Lec This event has been CANCELLED. Rony Lec is one of the world’s leading experts in permaculture and Indigenous knowledge (read more here). He has spent the last 20 years teaching and implementing permaculture throughout the Americas focusing on promoting food sovereignty and preserving biodiversity for the survival of Indigenous communities. Rony recently moved to Guelph to secure the safety of his family. Come hear Rony’s personal experience of living and working…
Loyola House presents “The Taste of Diversity” – featuring three dinners from around the world. Dates include: June 3 – CANCELLED November 18 – Look for this event under “November” – we hope you come! Mass will be at 5pm and dinner at 6pm. Tickets are $60 ea dinner. Space is limited, so order your tickets soon! Call 519 824 1250 ext 241 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event has been CANCELLED due to COVID-19. Loyola House presents “The Taste of Diversity” – featuring three dinners from around the world. Dates include: November 18 We’ll post the themes shortly. Mass will be at 5pm and dinner at 6pm. Tickets are $60 ea dinner. Space is limited, so order your tickets soon! Call 519 824 1250 ext 241 or email email@example.com.
An early Christmas gift from Ignatius Jesuit Centre to you: A Do-It-Yourself Advent 2020 Retreat featuring three videos and prayer guides. Advent has always been about waiting, but this year waiting has become an international pastime. For multiple reasons, 2020 has pushed us into the Ache of Waiting Hopefully. Take some time to get in touch with the challenges and hopes that face you and the world this Advent season, all with a view as to how you can better…
Ignatius Jesuit Centre presents a Covid-induced prayer service for Advent 2020. Covid-Advent Vespers takes the ancient tradition of vespers (chanting the psalms at evening) and drops it squarely in our very current time and place. Featuring: Poetry by Greg Kennedy, SJ Photography by Matthew Hendzel, SJ Music by Br. David-Peter Tigchelaar, osb A reupholstered prayer for “unprecedented times”. These 45-minutes of hope and aching will help you connect with this our peculiar Advent 2020 Join Zoom Meeting here. Meeting ID: 894…
Ignatius Jesuit Centre presents a Contemplative Cabaret on the first night of 2021. Creative Resolutions: Praying It Forward gathers art, live music and poetry into a dialogue about living the new year creatively. Recognizing 2021 as a season for deep reflection and bold expression, the artists will engage struggle and hope for an hour of collective creativity resolved to contribute to a world more beautiful and just. Performers include: Lorraine Roy (textile artist) Nan Goodship (painter) Peter Tigchelaar (musician) Anna…
It may be “Ordinary Time” on the Church calendar, yet it’s anything but ordinary in our churches and our lives. Many are feeling the absence of usual support systems. Hence this prayer circle – an avenue to support one another through these challenging times. In this (virtual) circle of (real) women, we will seek to deepen our connection with God, our Source of Life; with our sense of ourselves as God’s beloved; with Hope, Peace and even Joy. We will…