ISI will offer the twelve week Finding Christ in the World retreat online beginning the last week of January 2021 and continuing throughout Lent into the first weeks of the Easter season. Registration is open. Space is limited to ten persons per small group. Register here
In this third of the Jesus Our Companion series, we begin reverently to consider what the mature Jesus of Nazareth was like. He lived in consolation, of course, always heeding when the Spirit guided Him. Jesus lived from His heart and surely lived out what He preached. How He did that is what we consider, reverently and in awe, grateful to find that the Lord reveals so much about Himself. We consider the stories of His enactment of the virtues, powers, and authorities the Spirit lavished on Him. We ponder that these begin in His inward, divine Self and then find enactment as His human character.
With great joy the Ignatian Spirituality Institute announces a lenten retreat opportunity for the Jesuit Women's Auxiliary, current parents, and parents of alumni of Jesuit College Prep in Dallas. Finding Christ in the World is an Ignatian retreat that moves through twelve themes for prayer. Space is limited and you can register now here.
Together we have faced one of the most difficult years of our lifetime. Before the trying events of 2020, the Ignatian Spirituality Institute was flourishing with programs, classes, and retreats. Women and men came with the desire to nurture prayer, experience the Spiritual Exercises, and deepen their understanding of Ignatian spirituality. Then, the pandemic arrived at our doorstep.
REGISTRATION FOR SERIES THREE IS OPEN. Register here. ISI is delighted: Our Founder Emeritus Fr. Joseph A. Tetlow, S.J., internationally renowned Ignatian spiritual director and expert in the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius of Loyola, will offer an online program Jesus of Nazareth, our Companion: the Human Experience of the Redeemer.
Companions of Grace (COG) 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) Our first meeting of 2021 will be online on Wednesday, January 20 @ 7:00 p.m. Please contact ISI if you are interested in joining Companions of Grace.