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Virtual and In-Person gatherings in turbulent times

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

All Loyola programs are offered in Central Time.

Morning Centering Prayer

When:   Thursdays at 8:00 am CT

Where:  Online via Zoom

Evening Examen

When:   Thursdays at 8:00 pm CT

Where:  Online via Zoom

Compassion: Reimagined together in prayer and reflection

When:   Six Thursday afternoons,

Oct 6 thru Nov 10, 1:00-2:30 pm

 Where:  In-person at Loyola

A Time to Remember: A retreat for women whose mothers have died

When:   Friday Nov 4, 6:30 pm through 4:00 pm Saturday

Where:  Benedictine Center in Saint Paul

Loyola Priests Retreat 2022

When:   Sunday Nov 13, 7:30 pm through brunch on  Friday

Where:  Franciscan Retreat Center in Prior Lake, and via Zoom

Spiritual Direction

Spiritual direction is a safe and open space to explore our relationship to sources of meaning and purpose in life: our relationship to God, or Higher Power, our soul, our best self, our community or loved ones.  (Available online or in-person.)

The Spiritual Exercises

Since the sixteenth century when St. Ignatius of Loyola created the Spiritual Exercises, people from all walks of life have been drawn to this powerful retreat experience.  (Available online or in-person.)

Personal Directed Retreat

We find that in our daily lives we have become “off center,” distracted, fragmented, and even a little dull. We long for a deeper spiritual connection, a more meaningful prayer life – some guidance pointing a way ahead.  (Available online or in-person.)

Group Spiritual Direction

Join with others in a way of listening and reflecting on our encounters with God in everyday life. Over time, group direction has a transformational effect on who we are and how we understand our calling in the world.  (Available online or in-person.)

Enneagram One on One Sessions

The Enneagram is a map for navigating challenges and embracing opportunities for growth wherever we find ourselves. Each of the nine Enneagram types has distinct strategies for relating to self, others, and the world—strategies that support and limit us.   

Individual Enneagram sessions create an opportunity to bring questions, deepen understanding of your type in your unique life circumstances, grow in compassion, and discover a path toward greater interior freedom.