Introducing “Get Involved”, a page to know why, who, and how to get involved in Educate Magis, our global community!

Last year we had the great pleasure of hosting our first Online Global Retreat for Ignatian EducatorsOn Earth as it is in Heaven” under the leadership of Fr. Casey Beaumier SJ and Fr. Patrick Nolan SJ. The retreat was very well received by the community and we received requests to continue organizing gatherings and spaces for reflection and prayer together with educators from all over the world.

We are delighted to inform you that we will soon be hosting an Online Global Lenten Retreat “A Shoot Will Spring Up. Return to Me with Your Whole Heart, for which we will once more have the support of Fr. Casey and Fr. Patrick facilitating the event.

To join simply register in the Online Global Lenten Retreat Registration Page ,we will send you more details for each session. 

There have been so many changes that have occurred during this global pandemic, many of them frustrating for all of us. Still, some changes have produced fruit, and perhaps even fruit that will last.

Our hope is to help you reflect upon those changes and consider how some might be of value in the long-term as we move into a time of gradual restoration and healing. We are striving during this Lenten season to be like Jesus in his single-hearted and single-minded focus on God in preparation for the revelation of the Paschal Mystery. In other words, there is new life in store for us, this faithful truth is at the center of our belief!

This Global Online Lenten Retreat, grounded in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius, is an opportunity for faculty and staff in Jesuit and Ignatian schools around the world which includes live presentations, personal reflection, and group faith sharing. We invite you to join us on every Thursday from February 25th to March 25th at 8:00am PST / 11:00am EST / 4:00pm GMT for a 25 minute presentation and 20 minute group discussion.

We are happy to answer any questions or comments you may have, please leave them in the comment box below.