Learn About Ignatian Companions

Q & A Session on Sunday, June 30, from 9:00-1:00 pm


Q & A Session: Sunday, June 30, 9 am-1 pm in the Fromm Hall Atrium

Companions in Ignatian Service and Spirituality is a unique ministry committed to the poor and marginalized that is grounded in spiritual reflection and prayer.  Our participants are encouraged to integrate their personal journey of faith with their own conviction to act for justice by volunteering within one of a wide range of local non-profits.

During the Ignatian year (year one), all Ignatian Companions participants take part in a 10-month formation program from Sept-June each year and includes an opening and closing retreat. We are currently accepting applications for 2019-2020.

The Ignatian Companions Program works in partnership with the Spiritual Life Center at St. Agnes, the Jesuit School of Theology-Berkeley, and Santa Clara University.  Ignatian Companions strive to be Contemplatives in Action through commitment to service and prayer.

Ignatian Companions is an endorsed work of the Jesuit West Province of the Society of Jesus.

For more information, please come by to ask questions on Sunday in the Atrium of Fromm Hall, or contact us at:

Harry Hutzel, (cell) 650-392-4856, (email) Harry.Hutzel@outlook.com or

Marco Matute, Program Coordinator, (ph) 415-487-8560 x224, (email) Marco@StAgnesSF.com

You can also learn more at our website: www.ignatiancompanions.org           

Event Contacts

Where to Meet

Ignatian Spiritual Life Center, 1611 Oak Street, San Francisco, CA 94117

Q & A Session on Sunday, June 30, from 9:00-1:00 pm


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