Gonzaga Prep Campus - 1224 East Euclid Avenue
This mini-retreat will give you a brief taste of the 500-year-old Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. You will leave wanting more.
The Spiritual Exercises is a program of meditations, prayers, considerations, and contemplative practices that help Christian faith become more fully alive in the everyday life of contemporary people. These Exercises are usually made in one of three different ways: first, extended over approximately thirty days in a silent retreat away from home, which was its original form; or second, as condensed into an eight-day retreat based on Ignatian themes; or third, in the midst of daily life, while living at home, over a period of several months.
These are exercises in opening your heart to intimacy with God with the goal of spiritual freedom; freedom to freely choose a mutual relationship with God that manifests itself in your everyday choices.
This Saturday morning session, 9 – 11 a.m., in the Chapel of the Three Companions will be a mini-retreat consisting of praying, imagining, meditating, reflecting and being quiet with God. It will be like spending time with the One who loves you deeply for who you; time with your Beloved. You are invited to open your heart to the One who loves you.
This session is free, open to the public and no registration is necessary.
For more information contact Barry Barfield, 509-483-8511 or firstname.lastname@example.org