Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius of Loyola

What are the Spiritual Exercises?
The Spiritual Exercises are named after St Ignatius of Loyola (1491-1556). The Exercises grew out of Ignatius’ mystical experiences and insights which continue to speak to all who desire greater intimacy with God and inner freedom in their life and community today.    At the heart of the Spiritual Exercises is invitation to love and know Jesus as Beloved and friend, so as to participate in the ever expanding and evolving Christic life.

For the past four centuries, spiritual directors have adapted the Exercises to meet the desires and needs of people seeking such intimacy with God.    Grounding  a deepening contemplative, prayerful journey integrating the evolutionary, ecological, communal and theological spirit of Teilhard de Chardin is central to my approach.

What does the Spiritual Exercises in Daily Life involve?
The retreat is given over 35 weeks. You are asked to pray for an hour everyday with materials given to you each week and to meet for spiritual direction for an hour each week. Spiritual Direction can be face to face or by skype or telephone.  For more information contact Robyn