Mission Retreat on Ignation Contemplation
May 28, 7:30pm – May 30, 6:00pm
LUREC, Woodstock, IL
Facilitated by Chris Murphy and Fr. Mark Andrews, S.J.
Given the frenzied pace of modern life, it is increasingly rare to take the time for self-reflection and spiritual renewal. Yet, everyone needs and deserves the time to connect more deeply with their faith, their spiritual journey, and their relationship with God.
*The retreat is built on two movements. The first movement begins on Thursday the 29th.. There will be two talks focusing on the Principle and Foundation of St Ignatius’ Spiritual Exercises, time for private reflection, shared meals and ending in communal reflection. The second movement will begin with Thursday’s dinner when the retreat will enter into a full day of silence for individual prayer and reflection. Spiritual direction will be available for those who desire. Retreatants are encouraged to come to the retreat center on Wednesday evening when there will be a short session on preparing to “retreat” and then an open evening to relax in preparation for the retreat.
Cost for meals, lodging and retreat is $75. See full retreat schdedule below.
*Those individuals who desire to participate in part but not all of the retreat may contact Chris Murphy (email@example.com) to determine what is possible.
Online registation for the event will be open April 1.
|Wednesday, May 28|
|8:00pm||Opening session, introductions and short reflection on “retreating”|
|TF||Personal time to relax and unwind|
|Thursday, May 29|
|9:00am||TALK 1: Fr Mark Andrews, SJ|
|9:30am||Private reflection. (Spiritual Directors available during private reflection time)|
|11:30am||TALK 2: Fr Mark Andrews, AJ|
|4:30pm||Those not staying for day of silent retreat depart|
|5:00pm||Entering into the silence|
|5:30pm||Dinner in silence|
|Friday, May 30|
|8:00am||Breakfast in silence|
Spiritual Directors available throughout morning and afternoon
|11:30am||Optional Mass in 3rd Floor chapel|
|Noon||Lunch in silence|
Breaking the silence and shared reflections