Showing up to professional spaces as a person of faith can be a challenging opportunity for growth and development for any young adult. However living out Ignatian values which favor a commitment to the common good, care for the whole person, and service to others can be a meaningful path towards spiritual alignment.
Join us for our annual Local Harvest gathering! Come celebrate and support the ISC with the people who make our work possible - you. The evening will include a chance to socialize, enjoy a splendid meal, and invest in the spirit-inspired work of the ISC.
A guided four-week retreat (plus closing session) based on Michael Hansen SJ's adaptation of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. Take place over 5 Mondays from 7-8:45 pm.
A series on the intersection of Ignatian spirituality & current issues in daily life and culture. Join us for this morning of reflection with Fr. Gary Smith, SJ (author and Jesuit who has worked with the poor for over 40 years) to explore further how the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius can help transform our hearts and motivate us to be in authentic relationship with our neighbors in need.
Join other men for this lunch conversation with Fr. Gary Smith, SJ to explore further how an Ignatian lens can help us to discern with whom we are called to be in closer relationship, and how we might take further steps from separation to solidarity with those most in need.
This morning will offer a clear language and compassionate approach to companionship. Together we will explore 5 core practices anyone can apply to support individuals on the road to healing, recovery and wholeness.
Enter more fully into the rich meanings of the Advent season by joining us for this year’s contemplative ecumenical Advent Evening of Prayer. Allow yourself to let go of some of the stress and “shoulds” of the holiday season; simply rest in prayer, word, art, music, imagination and silence.
This quiet personal mini-retreat includes presentations leading you through four movements of an Examen, reflection questions, and abundant time for prayer and journaling—all designed to help you reflect back on the previous year and look ahead to the new year with hope.