Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola - Nineteenth Annotation


The 19th Annotation, known as "a retreat in daily life," is a way of making a retreat during the course of ordinary living without having to forgo, for a time, one's commitments to work and family. The exercises are spread over a period of approximately 30 weeks from September to May.

The Exercises are a pattern of considerations, meditations, examens, comtemplations, and reflections. Their aim is to free the person who makes them from any attachment that leads away from God, so that the person can then more freely seek and follow God's will for him or herself.

When the Exercises are done completely, the retreatant learns to discern and to follow the voice of God and to separate it from the other voices that demand our attention. St. Ignatius called this being "comtemplative in action" or "finding God in all things." Making this commitment is a logical next step for those who participated in the Book Group. This journey will bring to life "The Jesuit Guide" and make finding God in all things a reality for you.

To sign up, please click this link: http://www.ignatianspirituallifecenter.org/spiritual-exercises.html

For additional information, contact: Mark Diamond at mjdiamond@usfca.edu.

Event Contacts

Mark Diamond
Director of Parish Faith Formation

Where to Meet

1611 Oak Street, San Francisco, CA 94117

Sunday, August 25, after the 5 pm Mass inside the church


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