What happens during the retreat?
Each morning, a retreat director offers a short presentation on a theme of the Spiritual Exercises and makes suggestions for your prayer. The rest of the day is spent mostly in silence, allowing you to be alone with God in prayer and recollection. Retreatants gather for Eucharist and meet again each evening for common prayer or discussion. A director meets with you individually every day in order to tailor the retreat to your particular needs and faith history.
Who may go on the Ignatian Retreat?
The Ignatian Retreat is open to members of the Fordham faculty and administration, professional staff and graduate students. No previous retreat experience is presumed, only a generous heart and a desire to deepen one’s relationship with God.
Register for the Fordham University
Faculty, administrators, professional staff and graduate students are invited to “Living in the Spirit in Ordinary Time,” an Ignatian retreat that will explore themes from the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola. It will be held from Tuesday, May 25 to Friday, May 28, at the Mariandale Retreat and Conference Center, in Ossining, N.Y. Cost is $255 per person and limited scholarships are available. For more details, contact Joan Cavanagh, at (212) 636-6268 or email@example.com