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July 2021


VIRTUAL – Ignatian Spirituality Retreat

July 22 @ 7:30 pm - July 27 @ 1:00 pm

A Practical Introduction (formerly the Disposition Days Retreat) This retreat is a good opportunity for a beginner or an experienced director to gain a heightened awareness of the fundamentals of an Ignatian Retreat or to prepare for Annotation 19 (the Spiritual Exercises in daily life). This year it is being offered online.  In this 5-day thematic retreat you will learn the fundamentals of Ignatian praying. It includes instructional talks, prayer and thematic talks on God’s presence in both our world and our…

August 2021


VIRTUAL – 8-Day Directed Retreat

August 19 @ 7:30 pm - August 27 @ 1:00 pm

While the pandemic renders it impossible to come to Loyola House for your retreat, we will bring the directed retreat to you! Just as in any silent retreat, Loyola House spiritual directors will provide daily spiritual direction that will occur via Zoom (or telephone). There will be no talks/input sessions for the retreat; and sadly, we cannot offer daily mass. As ever, your director will listen to you and the Holy Spirit in order to help guide you in your prayer.…

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September 2021


VIRTUAL – Ignatius & Teilhard Weekend Retreat

September 10 @ 7:30 pm - September 12 @ 8:30 pm

Ignatius & Teilhard: on how God loves Facilitated by Bernie Carroll SJ This virtual guided retreat, based on St. Ignatius’ “Contemplation to Know the Love of God” as understood by Teilhard de Chardin, will begin by focusing on images and descriptions of God in Scripture and Tradition. Then we will consider Two Spiritual Truths: The first (spiritual truth) is that love ought to manifest itself more by deeds than by words. The second (spiritual truth) is that love consists in…

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October 2021


VIRTUAL – Feminine Mysticism Weekend Retreat

October 1 @ 7:30 pm - October 3 @ 1:00 pm

Journeying with Hildegard of Bingen, Margerite Bourgeoys, and Etty Hillesum Facilitated by Alana Forrester In your walk with these three women you will meet a medieval abbess whose connection with the natural world and the Feminine Divine continues to inspire. You will travel with Marguerite Bourgeoys from 17th century France to the New World as she is inspired to live simply with the colonists without religious habit or cloister. And you will be moved by the extraordinary spiritual awakening of…

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