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Whether you’re looking for a silent retreat, a spiritual retreat, a yoga retreat, a meditation retreat, a cancer retreat or a 12 step retreat, Ignatius House will provide a sacred place and an opportunity to encounter God.
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The Daily Examen allows me to incorporate my learnings into my everyday life. Through this experience, I have moved from success to significance and continue to shape a new lifestyle and legacy for my family. The Daily Examen
Thank you for this opportunity. We live in a busy and hectic world, and I feel it's essential for my own spiritual growth to have a place for quiet time with the Lord; I only wish that it was longer. Precious Quiet TimeIndividuals of all faiths need a safe accepting place to explore their relation to their God and their questions about the destination of their life. Answers are there to all of us if we take the time to be still and know God. Be Still & Know God
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Monday and Friday 12 – 4 pm, and Thursday 9 – 12 noon.
Ignatius House is looking for Front Desk hospitality support —2 volunteers who value what is offered at this very special sacred place and can dependably be here once a week to greet visitors, answer and field phone calls, and help out with light administrative tasks and projects. Altar Linen Care volunteers also needed.
If you’d like to come by and visit, please call the Office at 404-255-0503 to see what times are best. We also invite you to join us on Fridays at 12:15 p.m. for our public Mass in the St. Ignatius Chapel.
Directed by Mark Dannenfelser and Roberta White
Friday, 6pm, July 24, 2014 through Sunday, July 26, 2014, 1 PM
Centering Prayer is a method that prepares us to receive the gift of contemplation by cultivating interior silence and purity of heart. Centering Prayer was distilled from the profound and ancient teachings of the Christian contemplative heritage first evident in the early Desert Fathers and Mothers. The method, as taught by Trappist monk, Fr. Thomas Keating, O.C.S.O., uses silence and attention to encourage the development of alert receptivity of God’s presence and action within. Two tracks will be offered throughout the weekend: “Introductory” and “Experienced”.
Track One: The introductory track is for those with little to no experience with Contemplative prayer. Participants will learn Centering Prayer method, which is a receptive method of silent prayer that prepares us to receive the gift of contemplative prayer. This method of prayer is both a relationship with God and a discipline to foster that relationship.
Track Two: The experienced track is for those with an established Centering Prayer practice. Participants will learn the Welcoming Prayer, which is a method of consenting to God’s presence and action in our physical and emotional reactions to events and situations in daily life. The purpose of the Welcoming Prayer is to deepen our relationship
with God through consenting in the ordinary activities of our day. An atmosphere of silence will be maintained for half of the retreat.
Cost: $300.00, includes 6 meals, private bedroom and bathroom, beautiful wooded grounds and walking paths along the Chattahoochee River.
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