These events are often held in parishes. They create space for adults and young adults alike to engage in heartfelt conversations with one another as well as with God, in ways that that foster spiritual growth. Click here for a complete listing of upcoming events.
1-DAY PRAYER & CONVERSATIONS
A day or a few hours of quiet reflection, prayer, and conversation to help participants slow down and draw life from a dynamic theme:
TAIZÉ PRAYER SERVICE
Relaxing, candlelit, ecumenical prayer service that has helped many people, especially young adults, connect with God through simple chanting and singing.
An evening of enjoyable, reflective music (both sacred and contemporary) and story-telling that helps listeners connect with and uplifts their spirit to the Divine.
MULTI-WEEK PRAYER EXPERIENCES
These Ignatian prayer series involve a 1.5-2 hours of presentations, guided prayer, small group sharing each week with optional personal prayer and reflection during the week to help participants enhance their spiritual growth.
The First Spiritual Exercises
A five-week experience of personal prayer at home and sharing with a small group. A clear, simple, and practical approach for any adult or young adult to develop a prayer life in the Ignatian tradition. St. Ignatius used most of these materials to help many many people encounter God in a personal and transformative way.
CONVERSATIONS OF THE HEART
This four-week prayer series is ideal for adults and young adults seeking a personal relationship with God. Participants are empowered to discover their own ways of praying from the heart that involve listening, being real, and imagination - ways of relating to God that have practical applications for daily life.
Befriending God ... with Pope FRANCiS
This eight-week prayer pilgrimage cultivates seven key habits that St. Ignatius recommends for people desiring to develop and deepen friendship with God, as between people who understands, cares, and accompanies one another intimately. Participants will see what underlies Pope Francis' focus on the joy of the Gospel and the mercy of God.