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Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Living (SEEL)
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St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuit order, developed his Spiritual Exercises so that people could retreat for 30 days of prayer and silence to grow in their relationship with God and learn to listen for the voice of the Spirit in their lives.  Eventually he also adapted the Exercises for people who could not, for various reasons, go away for 30 days.  This adaptation, called the 19th Annotation, is the basis of the Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Life retreat, referred to as SEEL, and it invites people to go through the Exercises with the guidance of a spiritual director over a period of nine months.

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The monthly SEEL (Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Living) 19th Annotation Retreat will be held on the following dates and locations:
 
Lincoln Center Campus - McMahon Hall, Apartment 6G 
1:00-2:00 (lunch available from 12:45-1:00)
Mondays
September 23
October 21
November 11
December 9
January 27
February 10
March 10
April 14
May 5
 
 
Rose Hill Campus - St. Ignatius Room - Lower Level University Church
12:15-1:30 (lunch available from 12:15 - 12:30)
Fridays
September 20
October 18
November 15
December 13
January 24
February 14
March 14
April 11
May 9
 

Questions?  Contact Carol Gibney
Director of Ignatian Programs
212-636-6318
cgibney@fordham.edu



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