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St. Ignatius of Loyola Spiritual Exercises Workshop
May 30, 2015 @ 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Go deeper to meet God!
St. Ignatius of Loyola Spiritual Exercises in Daily Life, at Most Holy Trinity Parish, San Jose, invites parishioners to a workshop for learning the Ignatius Spiritual Exercises to encounter Jesus in everyday life.
Some people say they have been a Catholic for many years but have never heard about “Retreat in Daily Life.” We often hear about 30-day retreats, eight-day or five-day retreats, but not Ignatius Retreats in daily home life.
St. Ignatius of Loyola created a retreat for laypeople called Retreat in Daily Life, also called the “19th Annotation,” that provides an opportunity for busy people who can’t go to a retreat house to deepen their relationship with God.
Retreatants find time for daily prayer, a period ranging from 16 to 34 weeks. They daily spend one hour doing spiritual assignments and they meet weekly with their retreat director for approximately an hour.
The word “Annotation” is a new vocabulary. We found Fr. Robert Fambrini S.J., pastor of Most Holy Trinity, who has many years of experience directing The Ignatius Spiritual Exercises and he would like to share his vast knowledge of the Annotations.
At the Ignatius Spiritual Exercises Workshop, we invite people who have gone through the program to share their experiences and relate benefits they received from the Retreat in Daily Life.
The event will take place Sat., May 30, 11:30 am-2 pm at Most Holy Trinity Community Center; includes simple lunch; no fee; donation welcome; 2040 Nassau Dr. San Jose, Ca 95122. For more information, contact Margarita Hua, 408-623-0838; Sharon Bouska 408-978-8159; Kathy Myers 408-476-1514.