Les Misérables: A Lenten Retreat

Ignatius Jesuit Centre

Facilitated by Dan Leckman, SJ This guided weekend retreat will use the movie/musical “Les Misérables” to help us explore the grace of God alongside our fallen state or brokenness and the opportunities we have for redemption.

A Retreat with Jonah

Ignatius Jesuit Centre

Facilitated by Greg Kennedy, SJ NEW! Through a prayerful, playful exploration of the book of Jonah, we’ll journey with its antihero as he flees himself, his God, and his own happiness. Like Jonah, we’ll enter the belly of the beast of our own narcissism, hoping to exit wiser and more compassionate.

BASIC LIFE QUESTIONS IN TODAY’S WORLD

University of Windsor - Canterbury College

Fundamental questions that arise in the search for meaning in our world today: how do I find a sense a sense of personal identity and worth, belonging and purpose? Some issues that arise: the new technologies and their impact; isolation, loneliness, and the need for community; gender identity and roles; the need for compassion and …
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Grace, Gravity and Getting Older: A Winter to Spring Circle of Trust® Series

Center for Courage & Renewal

Based on Parker J. Palmer’s recent book “On the Brink of Everything: Grace, Gravity and Getting Older,” this six week series provides an opportunity for those who want to age mindfully with others, seeking new insights and life-giving ways to engage with the world. This series will use a Circle of Trust® approach inviting reflection …
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Holy Week Retreat

Loyola House

Holy Week Retreat APRIL 4, 2020 @ 7:30 PM – APRIL 12, 2020 @ 1:00 PM $792 The 8-Day Directed Retreat provides you with individual direction in an environment of silence and prayer. A spiritual director meets with you each day, listens as you share your prayer experiences, helps you reflect on them and discover the path …
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