The Fordham University
Tuesday, May 28 - Friday, May 31, 2013
Loyola House of Retreats, Morristown, N.J.
An Ignatian retreat is a time to step back from the many things that fill our days--work, commuting, family obligations, cell phones, social events--and to reflect, to ponder, to pray, and to just ‘be’. This retreat provides the time and space to be alone with God.
Each day begins with prayer and is followed by a talk that touches on a theme of Ignatian Spirituality. Time is provided for retreatants to meet with a director and to talk.
The retreat is conducted in a prayerful silence to foster a reflective atmosphere. Daily Eucharist and evening prayer are also offered. Loyola House of Retreats is located on 30 acres of beautiful lawns, gardens, and woodland in a quiet section of Morristown. Thousands of retreatants have paused to search, ask, and wonder since 1927. Come to this sacred place and reflect on your life.
If not now, when?
For Fordham administrators, faculty, staff, and graduate students
For more information or to register, please contact:
Joan Cavanagh at 914-367-3420 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Carol Gibney at 212-636-6318 or email@example.com
Deadline to register: May 3, 2013
Cost of the retreat is $225 per person.
$50 deposit is due at time of registration.
Limited scholarships available.