This course explores key concepts in prayer: desire, grace, listening, imagination, as well as obstacles to prayer...
ISI is delighted to bring the twelve-week Ignatian retreat, Finding Christ in the World, to Montserrat and the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd. The retreat is co-authored by Fr. Joe Tetlow, S.J. and Carol Atwell Ackels. It has been offered throughout the United States in parishes, churches, and school faculties with many graced results. The retreat begins the first week of February with various options for group registration.
ISI is delighted to present the Montserrat Mornings of Renewal in 2020. Our theme is Vision and we have gathered persons with long experience in Ignatian spirituality, deep insight, and dynamic presentation styles to invite, cajole, comfort, and challenge us to explore ways of living our life of faith, hope, and love. Find out more and register ...
Companions of Grace (COG)- formerly called Magis - offers membership for persons currently active in the ministry of Ignatian spiritual direction and guiding others through the Spiritual Exercises. Our purpose comes from Master Ignatius, "as you aquire learning on the one hand and grow in fraternal charity on the other, you will become perfect instruments of God's grace, and collaborators in the sublime work of bringing God's creatures back to him." --St. Ignatius (letter 169, 1547) The next 2020 meetings are 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. on March 21, and May 16 at Montserrat Jesuit Retreat House.
ISI is currently accepting application for our spiritual companioning program. We expect the new cohort to begin in the Fall of 2020. Application deadline is March 15, 2020. Persons applying will have completed the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius in either the 19th annotation (Exercises in Everyday Life) or 20th annotation (thirty-day retreat) format. You can find out more about the program and make application here.
The upcoming meetings of the ISI Spiritual Companioning Favre Cohort are the following Saturdays, 12:30 to 4:30 p.m.:
What is the Practicum?
This is a workshop providing instruction and formation for planning and giving talks rooted in Ignatian spirituality in parish missions, days of reflection, or preached retreats. The practicum will offer instruction and one-to-one mentoring regarding: