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Cultivating a Life of Discernment

An Ignatian way to make prayerful decisions

6 thursdays, January 24 - February 28, 2019

6:30 - 9:00 pm

St. joseph Parish Center, seattle

Marilyn Nash, presenter

about this program

In this experiential discernment series, we will explore various ways to listen to the Spirit’s movement in our lives and choices. Through prayer, presentations, meaningful reflection and conversation in community, we will consider St. Ignatius' guidelines for discernment and discuss how they apply in the midst of our current cultural, social and personal contexts. Together, we will learn to integrate these principles into our everyday lives.  Come learn how to cultivate a life that facilitates discernment!

Young Adults (20’s and 30’s) If there is interest, there will be a young adult group.  See discounted rate below.

 

COST

$140/series Early Bird rate (thru January 17)

$160/series Final Week Rate (January 18-23)

$100/series Young Adult Rate (adults 20's & 30's)

$25 non-refundable deposit + register to reserve your spot.

Partial work scholarships available!

 

help support a participant

If you would like to help subsidize the cost of participation for another person, we welcome your donation. Thank you for helping us to make it possible for all persons to participate in this program!

 

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About the presenter

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Marilyn Nash is currently the Campus Minister for Social Justice at Seattle University. Before her current position, she served as Campus Minister for Ignatian Spirituality and has been a beloved presenter for the Ignatian Spirituality Center for many years. Marilyn was born in Pennsylvania, moved to Seattle as a member of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps and fell in love with the northwest. After JVC-NW, she worked in social services accompanying communities who were homeless or on the margins. She has a special interest in the body’s relationship to spirituality and worked as a massage therapist for over 10 years. She is an alumna of Seattle University’s School of Theology and Ministry, holding a Master of Arts in Transformative Spirituality with a specialization in spiritual direction. Professionally, her passions include Ignatian spirituality and discernment; the intersection of faith and racial justice; and accompanying people in making meaning of small moments and big choices.

Questions?

Call (206) 329-4824 or email Andrea Fontana, ISC Program Coordinator. 

Sponsored by the Ignatian Spirituality Center and St. Patrick Parish, Tacoma