IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY PROJECT (ISP)
Ignatius House is an integral part of the Ignatian Spirituality Project (ISP). ISP is a National Network in 24 cities that was created to support the homeless in recovery by offering retreats and walking with them on their faith journey. Ignatius House contributes over $15,000 per year in retreats, meals and services to this great effort.
The goal is to support and strengthen people in the difficult transition from addiction to recovery, emphasizing the spiritual tools which help participants remain “clean and sober” one day at a time. Ignatius House partners with ISP Atlanta to host eight overnights retreats and eight follow-up days of reflection annually, equally divided between the men and women. There is also a Retreat Reunion on the 2nd Sunday of the month at the Shrine from 2 – 3:30 pm. All who have been on an ISP Overnight Retreat or Day of Reflection are invited to attend.
Spirituality and spiritual retreats have proven to be an effective and important resource in laying a fundamental foundation of hope which can lead to further and long-lasting transformation
For further information on the ISP programs,
contact Jane Elliott at 404-985-9169.
Compliments of ISP, National Office, Chicago, Illinois