March 6-11, 2017 (Spring Break)
Experience the beauty and depth of Ignatian spirituality on this five-day adaptation of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola. For over five hundred years, the Exercises have helped men and women deepen their personal relationship with God. This retreat is individually directed, meaning that participants meet one-on-one daily with a Jesuit spiritual director. Liturgy will be offered daily, and the retreat team will also present brief reflections on key elements of the Spiritual Exercises.
This retreat is meant to be a capstone experience for members of the Loyola community, including students (undergraduate and graduate), faculty, staff, and alumni. The retreat begins Monday, February 29th (10 a.m. departure from the Loyola campus) and concludes Saturday, March 5th (returning to campus by 2 p.m.). The registration fee is $75 for students and $200 for faculty and staff. Round trip transportation is included.
Each participant will have a private room and bath, so space is limited. A prerequisite for this experience is generally having made the silent AMDG retreat, but this may be waived on the basis of an interview. If interested, please register and you will be contacted about scheduling an interview.
If you have any questions about the retreat please feel free to contact Fr. John Murray, S.J. at email@example.com.