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“Where are you?”

Spiritual direction is an ongoing relationship that gives you the time and space to notice your unique spiritual growth, participate in the slow work of God, immerse yourself in the river of life, and respond to God, “Here I am.”

Program Offerings

Gatherings in
turbulent times

Our online and in-person gatherings offer convenient times, emotionally and physically safe spaces with rich content.

Thursday Morning Centering Prayer

Dedicate your day to prayer through Thursday Morning  Centering prayer.  Attend one, some or all sessions for free.

Thursday Evening Examen

Close your day with reflection and prayer through Thursday Evening Examen.  Attend one, some or all sessions for free. 

Loyola Priests Retreat

This retreat for priests and deacons has evolved over the years to meet the need for both silent reflection & prayer, and conversation & community.

 

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Enneagram Intro

The Enneagram offers a path to wake up to our true selves so that we might have more freedom to respond to God’s invitations to grow in love and compassion.

At the center point within ourselves we encounter the sacred

As we discern our path and our passions in life, we listen and respond more deeply to the presence and movement of the sacred there.

We help you find your path and passion.

Learning Opportunities

Learn what classes, seminars and other opportunities await you at Loyola.

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Get weekly emails with reflections from our directors and upcoming events.

About Loyola Spirituality Center

Our Vision

A loving and compassionate spirituality for all of life.

Our Mission

We companion the spiritually curious as you listen and respond more deeply to the presence and movement of the sacred in your life.

Our Guiding Principle

We are a community of spiritual directors grounded in Ignatian Spirituality.

About Ignatian Spirituality

The sacred is present in our world and active in our lives.  It provides a pathway to prayer, discernment, and service to others.

Reflections from Our Directors

Savoring Summer

Savoring the taste of summer can also be a metaphor for savoring moments when we notice we feel the most alive.  St Ignatius said, “Whatever you are doing, that which makes you feel the most alive…that is where God is.”  If we are open to the gift of all our senses, then we can experience God in a deep and abiding way.

Intention for Respite

Every summer I begin by hoping I will be refreshed and renewed by the time September rolls around.   Yet, with the demands of daily life; with the condition of the world; with work and family, there must be intention in my seeking respite. 

Thank You!

People give in many ways. Donations are crucial to a non-profit like Loyola. So, too, are the referrals made to Loyola. Thank You!

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