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
The retreat moves through twelve themes for prayer. You pray each day with a given scripture passage. Some days include brief notes that are both instructional and invitations to prayer and consideration. Some days include prompts to help you apply your prayer to daily life.
The retreat unfolds as you pray daily with the materials, keeping your own notes. Then, each week you will meet online via zoom with a group of others who are praying and ready to share their experience with the retreat materials. The group's spiritual conversation explores the intersections of prayer and daily living, and is helped by Ignatian spiritual directors of long experience guiding the retreat.
ISI offers the following small groups: Mondays @ 7 p.m. (full), Wednesdays @ 10 a.m., Thursdays at 2 p.m. and Thursdays 7 p.m. (full) You will register for the small group day/time you prefer, and we will then send you a zoom link for that series of meetings. The small groups are limited to ten retreatants and fill on a first registered basis. If you have a group of friends, prayer group, bible study group, etc. who would like to participate in the retreat together, please contact ISI here as soon as possible so we can make arrangements to register members into the same group.
Each retreatant is responsible to purchase their own Finding Christ in the World retreat book through the Boston College Institute of Jesuit Sources. You can order online here. Please allow 10 days for delivery of the retreat book.
ISI does not have a set retreat registration cost, however, we gladly accept retreat offerings to help defray the expense of offering the retreat and provide honorariums to our generous retreat directors.
We hope you will consider praying through Lent 2021 to find Christ in the world, here and now.