A Young Alumni& Friends Retreat Series

Everyday Ignatian

Unplug & Connect

Are you looking for a way to unplug a little and connect with yourself? Sometimes everyday life gets busy. Why not lean on Ignatian practices to help you be a more loving and just person?


Magis at Seattle University and the Ignatian Spirituality Center invite you to join other young adults in their 20’s and 30’s for the final session of Everyday Ignatian which focuses on faith and spirituality practices in the Jesuit/Ignatian perspective. Join us for conversation, practice, and community!


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Retreat #3: Engaging Spiritual Practices

Facilitators: Emily Davis MDiv, Fr. Jeff McDougall, SJ, Maria L. Ochoa MATS


Finding it hard to incorporate prayer into your daily life? Are you looking for one or two ways that could work for your lifestyle and schedule?


Join Emily, Fr. Jeff, and Maria for a day of reflection focusing on how we engage spiritual practices. We'll reflect on the ways we currently pray, experience various types of prayer and meditation, both individually and as a group, and learn creative new ways of engaging with God... hopefully deepening our spiritual lives.


Cost is free; lunch is included. Spots are limited, so register today!

Join us at the Peace & Spirituality Center

Saturday, Jan. 11th 2014 at 9am-3pm

1655-1663 Killarney Way, Bellevue, WA 98004

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There will be limited carpooling available (12 spots) leaving from Seattle University. Please indicate on your registration email if you are interested in a carpool spot.

About Magis at Seattle University

Magis is a program at Seattle University for Jesuit-educated alumni living in the Puget Sound region. Graduates of Jesuit universities and institutions, as well as Jesuit Volunteers both current and former, are welcome.


CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE RETREAT!

About Ignatian Spirituality Center

In collaboration with Jesuit ministries, the ISC provides spiritual direction, programs, and resources in the Ignatian tradition that assist persons of all faiths to serve Christ's mission of compassion, healing and justice.