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Ignatian spirituality is enticing – just ask TJC’s Hispanic Ministry team.
Fr. Frank Kaminski, SJ, was recently appointed to the Spirituality Team of the USA Northeast and Maryland Provinces. As part of his new role, he has joined The Jesuit Collaborative as the Coordinator of Jesuit Parish Outreach, where he will focus particularly on the efforts of Jesuit parishes to foster an Ignatian vision and lifestyle within their faith communities.
The Jesuit Collaborative invites you to a five-week program on Ignatian prayer during Lent.
Structured around the Sunday readings, presentations by Joe Simmons, SJ, and Kim Smith will lead participants in reflections from the Ignatian tradition, while incorporating some concepts and techniques of Ignatian prayer. Faith sharing, quiet reflection and themes from the Year of Mercy will also be included.
In December, TJC welcomed Henry Frank as the new Communications and Advancement Manager. Henry recently moved to Portland, Maine, from Durham, North Carolina, where he worked in development at the Duke Cancer Institute. Prior to that, he earned his Master of Theological Studies degree from Duke Divinity School, where he also served as a graduate student director for the campus Catholic center.
During Advent, The Jesuit Collaborative hosted four Advent Meditations in four cities: New York, Washington, DC, Philadelphia and Boston. Underlining the growth of our ministry in the past year, each of these events was well attended – more than 60 people came in each city. After an opening prayer and song, our new executive director, Fr.
Our Mobile Ministry in the New York area aims to foster Ignatian spirituality in the five boroughs of New York City and the surrounding suburbs. Through days of prayer and reflection, retreats, parish mission and Ignatian programming such as Meeting Christ in Prayer, we strive to stimulate conversation, encourage spiritual formation and connect like-minded Catholics inspired by the tradition of St. Ignatius of Loyola.