New! ONLINE 6 DAYS Living More Deeply in God - Praying with Ignatius of Loyola: Retreat Team

Description

6 Days with options for individual Day Bookings

This retreat invites participants to engage with Ignatius’ journey of conversion through the major elements of a spirituality that Ignatius promoted and adhered to.  Every spirituality is centred on Christ and the revelations of God and Ignatian Spirituality is no different. Through daily presentation we will explore the key elements that mark the pathway of Ignatian spirituality and how they may be incorporated into our daily lives.

There is no greater example of living the Ignatian pathway than that of Pope Francis SJ, whose whole life has been devoted to that of the ‘Pilgrim’ (St. Ignatius of Loyola).  This is the basis of his inspiration and lifestyle which has been unlike any of his papal predecessors. It is a spirituality for our times.

Join us to pray and understand the spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola.

·        Key elements of this retreat will include:

·        Imaginative contemplation

·        Discernment

·        Praying the Examen

·        Finding God in everyday life.


ONLINE OPTION

Presenters: Retreat Team

COST 6 Days with options for individual Day Bookings

Option 1: $550 includes
. Live presentations
. Prayer Materials
. 40 min Individual Accompaniment Session

Option 2: $250 includes
. Live presentations
. Prayer Materials

Format
10:30am reflection 
7pm prayer (4pm on the final date replaces the 7pm)

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RESIDENTIAL OPTION 


Retreats will revert to the residential format only when we are able to do so in line with health regulation

Cost 6 nights 22-28 October


$870 6 nights: includes all meals, accommodation and daily spiritual accompaniment
$290 weekend: includes all meals, accommodation and daily spiritual accompaniment


The retreat commences with a 5.40pm welcome and orientation on the first date and concludes with a 1.45pm Eucharist on the final date.