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After a successful pilot program in Raleigh, NC last year, Escuela de Espiritualidad Ignaciana is continuing its expansion along the East Cost. On Saturday, August 23, The Jesuit Collaborative began its third cohort of the Escuela in Richmond, VA at Sacred Heart Parish.
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The September ILM Retreat, taking place at Avila Retreat Center in Durham, North Carolina, has a few spaces remaining.
On July 31, The Jesuit Collaborative joined the ranks of many Jesuit organizations, institutions, and friends in celebrating the Feast of St. Ignatius Loyola.
This summer, The Jesuit Collaborative and Fr. Michael Hansen, SJ offered training in giving The First Spritiual Exercises, a program developed by Fr. Hansen.
In late June, 22 people gathered at Enders Island near Mystic, CT for four days for the Ignatian Leadership for Mission retreat.
The Ignatian Spirituality and Jesuit Identity Committee at Holy Trinity Parish alogn with The Jesuit Collaborative – co sponsored a 3 series event in Washington, DC on Art and the Spiritual Exercises.
Cuando se nos pide presentar los aspectos más importantes de la Espiritualidad Ignaciana comenzamos con San Ignacio. Más en concreto, iniciamos nuestras reflexiones preguntándonos cómo Ignacio experimentó a Dios en su vida. Y al final nos hacemos otra pregunta: ¿qué aprendió San Ignacio en sus aventuras?
Andrew Lunetta, a member of CLA-Syracuse 2013, recently served as the featured speaker for the Phanstiel Lecture Series, part of Syracuse University's annual Philanthropy Week. Lunetta, who is pursuing a master’s degree in public administration at Syracuse University, has spent the last three years advocating for the homeless on numerous fronts. In 2011, Lunetta started a program, Pedal to Possibilites, to promote fitness, healthy living, and community.
On Thursday, June 12th, Damian Halligan, SJ, provided a presentation on the history of St. Ignatius Retreat House, affectionately known as Inisfada (gaelic for Long Island) at the Manhasset library. Father Damian signed copies of his book, Inisfada, a pictoral journal and history of the majestic mansion, built in 1920 as a summer home by Nicholas and Genevieve Brady, who donated the house to the Jesuits in 1937.