Training Programs and Workshops
Retreats and Programs
It is our intention to ensure the financial sustainability of the retreats and programs we provide at the Ignatius Jesuit Centre. Cancellations represent an expense to the Centre and a lost opportunity for others to participate in the retreats and programs.
Payment in full must be received in order to secure your booking. Cancellations & Refunds are managed by the Registrar on an individual basis.
NEW! Upon receipt of registration confirmation, retreat payment may be done online. From this shopping cart page:
- select the type of program you will be attending from the green tabs
- select your retreat or program (please scroll down)
- if applicable, check off the dates for your retreat or program
- add to cart (scroll down)
- check out to complete the payment transaction
The costs of all programs are in Canadian funds (Cdn.). Payment may be made by cash, cheque, money order, VISA, MasterCard, or bank draft in Canadian funds payable to the Ignatius Jesuit Centre. A 10% fee will apply to payments received in US funds either by cash or cheque.
The fees for all retreats include room and board, sessions with a spiritual director, daily liturgy, all required materials, and access to the property.
Unless otherwise noted in the schedule, each program begins promptly at 8pm on the first day and ends at 1pm on the last day. You may arrive between 6:30pm and 7:45pm.
Financial Assistance Information
As an independent retreat house, we are unable to provide scholarships.
Contact the Registrar
519 824 1250 ext 266 [email protected]
This workshop is based on the full Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. A prerequisite for this workshop is that one has already made the Spiritual Exercises, either in daily life (Annotation 19) or in a closed setting (Annotation 20). It is meant for people who are interested in learning how to direct others or in refining their directing skills. Our hope that this workshop will give one a new experience of the principle of discernment and the practice of decision-making as found in the Exercises.