Retreats and Spirituality Opportunities

Upcoming Spirituality Opportunities

Inspired by the Universal Apostolic Preference to “show the way to God through the Spiritual Exercises and discernment,” the retreat team of the Jesuits USA Central and Southern Province is offering several opportunities to pray, learn and journey with Christ.

Lenten Retreat: “Fall in Love & Stay in Love”

Plan to join us for one of three Virtual Lenten Retreats. After a year of tumult and uncertainty, we invite you to “Fall in Love & Stay in Love” with Jesus, who shows us the way to true leadership and guidance. Led by Fr. Hung Pham and lay colleagues, all are welcome to join us:

  • in Vietnamese (February 21- February 27): Visit Here.
  • in English (February 2 – March 6): Visit Here.
  • in Spanish (March 21 – March 27): More details to come.

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Colleague Retreat: “Tracing the Footprints of God”

To celebrate the upcoming Ignatian Year, the Colleagues Retreat will take the retreatants along the path taken by Ignatius, to recognize and to appreciate a “space of interiority” where God has been working in us.

The retreat will take place at the Sacred Heart Retreat House, in Sedalia, Colo., from Saturday, July 17 – Friday, July 23, 2021. Due to the current pandemic conditions, we plan to structure program to accomodate both in-person and remote attendance.

This event is open to all faculties, staffs and administrators of any institution of the province. More detailed information and registration are coming soon.

Coming Soon: Theological Dynamics of the Spiritual Exercises Course

At the approval of Father Provincial Tom Greene, SJ, Provincial Assistant for Formation Hung T. Pham, SJ, will lead a trial 10-week course with province colleagues and friends to explore in greater depth the theological dynamics of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. By identifying theological dynamics in the Exercises, participants will develop a greater appreciation for them and learn to apply them in various academic, ministerial and pastoral contexts. For this first trial course, registration by invitation only. For more information about any of these opportunities, contact Patty Feder at
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