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Ignatian Training

Spiritual ExercisesInterlocking Principles

Two StandardsFavre RoomOther

Faculty In-Service, 2013

Ignatian Training

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Patient Trust in Ourselves and the Slow Work of God Middle Above all, trust in the slow work of God. Left We are quite naturally impatient in everything to reach the end without delay. We would

like to skip the intermediate stages. We are impatient of being on the way to something unknown, something new.

Right And yet, it is the law of all progress that it is made by passing through some stages of instability – and that it may take a very long time. Middle And so I think it is with you; your ideas mature gradually – let them grow, let them shape themselves, without undue haste. Right Don’t try to force them on, as though you could be today what time, (that is to say, grace and circumstances acting on your own good will) will make of you tomorrow. Left Only God could say what this new spirit gradually forming in you will be. ALL Give our Lord the benefit of believing that his hand is leading you, and accept the anxiety

of feeling yourself in suspense and incomplete.

Teilhard de Chardin, S.J. 1881 - 1955

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Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius? Week 1

God's unconditional, ever-faithful love.

Sin: our failure and the failure of the human family to respond with love to God's love.

God's ever-greater love, mercy and forgiveness.

Week 2 The person and life of Christ. Our call to discipleship, ministry

&friendship with Jesus. Knowing Christ more intimately,

loving Him more ardently, following him more faithfully.

Week 3: The ultimate expression of God's

love. The suffering and death of Jesus

for us.

Week 4: The victory of Jesus over death. His sharing His joy with us. Being missioned by Jesus. Being empowered by His Spirit.

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Interlocking Elements of Ignatian Spirituality.

Jesus. He is the center of our lives. The One who leads. The One who calls us to serve others.

Vision. We try to grasp the big picture: the reign of God is breaking into our world.

Exercising. We do things – not for others but with them. We do them with Jesus.

Reflecting. We observe where God is at work and where he is absent.

Valuing. We clarify the values present in a situation and ask Jesus to shape them.

Choosing. We reflect on the possible courses of action and choose what seems better.

Discerning. We listen to the language of our hearts.

More. We strive to do the better thing out of love for God.

Laboring. We collaborate with Christ in the Work of redeeming and healing the world.

Thanking. All is gift. Thanksgiving permeates our lives.

Fleming, What is Ignatian Spirituality? pages 98 - 99

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Reflection Think of 3 special and significant events of your life from

this summer…

Focus on one event… remember the time and imaginatively recreate the scene… What kind of day was it? Who was involved? Did you feel an emptiness? Filled with Joy? Or… ? Was God involved or revealed to you at this time?

Share your experience with someone near you…

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HOW MANY TIMES?Lord,

How many times have I sat here and realized how blessed I am,

and how many times have I gone back to being the same person that I was before?

How many times have I stood in awe before the beauty of your

creation and then turned around and defaced it?

How many times have I seen your immense love for me,

and how many times have I rejected that love?

As many times as you have forgiven me in your infinite

compassion, O Lord A Jesuit High Student, Sacramento

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Ignatian

Programs

A Book: What is

Ignatian

Spirituality?

Ignatian

Terms

Fr. Pedro

Arrupe

Euchari

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MAGIS

First Jesuits

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Pope Francis:Archbishop Jorge Cardinal Bergogli,, SJ

Born 12-17-1936 Buenos Aires

Masters in Chemistry 1958 … Entered Jesuits 1960 – 1963 … Philosophy 1964 – 1966 … Regency 1967-1969 … Theologian 12-13-1969 … Ordained Priest 1973 … Final Vows 1973 – 1979 Provincial 1980 … Teacher @ seminary 1992 … Aux Bishop 1998 … Archbishop 2001 … Cardinal3-13-2013

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Office for Adult Spiritual Enrichment

The Favre

Room

@ the South

Bend

Classroom keyBooks, videos

Couch and chairsRest, listen, Be at peace

Bl. Pierre Favre, SJ… knew that the spiritual life is a good life.

Come and enjoy!!

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Other opportunities Daily Mass

7:10am every weekday (unless all school mass)

Spiritual Conversation Make the exercises Find God in All things… NOTICE

Retreats Women… Nov 8 Men… Jan 20Staff and Faculty

Holy Thursday, April 17

Other Group Faith Sharing Reading Groups Etc…

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