Ignatian Retreats and Reflections

Faith Formation experiences for Jesuit Educators

 

“The Spiritual Exercises are the mystical journey of God’s care, a God who is committed to the vocation of the human being whom he cares for through the incarnation, death, and resurrection of Christ”

 

Fr. General Arturo Sosa, SJ.
On Earth as it is in Heaven

Focus: on the Spiritual Exercises as a way to help people grow closer to God and help them to choose to spend their lives in generosity.

Leaders: Casey Beaumier SJ (Boston College) and Patrick Nolan SJ (BC High)

Duration: 5 sessions of 35 minutes each (SELF-PACED

Accompanied by the Spirit of Healing

Focus: on the theme of healing using the “Field Hospital” exercises by Fr. Michael Hansen. SJ. (Australia) ​​

Leaders: Anne Slingo (Xavier College, Kew, Australia), and Robert Stephan (Loyola High School, Los Angeles, USA).

Duration: 4 sessions of 20 minutes each (SELF-PACED) 

A Shoot Will Spring Up, Return to Me with Your Whole Heart

Focus: on shoots of hope, new life, and growth by finding wisdom in our faith tradition to lead us on to gradual restoration and healing.  

Leaders: Casey Beaumier SJ (Boston College) and Patrick Nolan SJ (BC High)

Duration: 5 sessions of 25 minutes each (SELF-PACED) 

Calma en la Tempestad: Desolación o Conversión

Focus: on spiritual aftermaths of crisis (the pandemic) and Ignatian keys to coping with them. God does not spare us the storm, but he accompanies and strengthens us as we cross it. 

Leaders: Álvaro Lobo Arranz SJ (Spanish Jesuit) and Martha Susana Ramírez (Colegio Ibero in Tijuana, Mexico).

Duration: 3 sessions of 25 minutes each (SELF-PACED) 

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Do you have Ignatian reflections and resources that could be of help to other educators?

Exploration and reflection through a series of articles written by Nikolaas Sintobin, SJ about Catholicism, about God, about Jesus, about the Church and many other faith related topics.

Educate Magis, | Apr 11th, 2021

Question 52 – Has Jesus laughed? 
Continuing with the exploration and reflection through a series of articles written in a conversational language about Catholicism, about God, about Jesus, about the Church and many other faith related topics. Here we present: Question... Read more...

Educate Magis, | Mar 28th, 2021

Question 51 – Can a Christian believe in reincarnation? 
Continuing with the exploration and reflection through a series of articles written in a conversational language about Catholicism, about God, about Jesus, about the Church and many other faith related topics. Here we present: Question 51 – Can... Read more...

Educate Magis, | Mar 21st, 2021

Question 50 – Can Christians learn from other religions?  
Continuing with the exploration and reflection through a series of articles written in a conversational language about Catholicism, about God, about Jesus, about the Church and many other faith related topics. Here we present: Question 50 – Can... Read more...

Educate Magis, | Mar 14th, 2021

Question 49 – Is being a Christian above all a matter of doing your best? 
Continuing with the exploration and reflection through a series of articles written in a conversational language about Catholicism, about God, about Jesus, about the Church and many other faith related topics. Here we present: Question 49 – Is... Read more...

Educate Magis, | Mar 7th, 2021

Question 48 – Why are there such great differences between individual Christians? 
Continuing with the exploration and reflection through a series of articles written in a conversational language about Catholicism, about God, about Jesus, about the Church and many other faith related topics. Here we present:  ... Read more...

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