Formation of our lay partners, grounded in solid spirituality, but moving our hearts into action, is key to the transformation of our society into something more closely resembling God's dream for our world. Ignatian Spirituality offers a doorway to encounter with God, well-suited for our present age. Out of that encounter arises bold desires to join Christ in his mission of building a world rooted in love, mercy, compassion, and community.
The Spiritual Exercises
Of St. Ignatius of Loyola
A retreat in everyday life
Come experience the transformative effects of an ever-deepening relationship with Christ.
Receive a deeper understanding of yourself, your giftedness, as well as your weaknesses;
Discover a fine tool for discernment and decision-making for everyday life;
Gain confidence in your ability to speak with others of God and the life of the Spirit;
Discover a sense of community and a oneness with all creation.
September 23, 2023 - May 9, 2024
A Lenten Reflection Series on the Synod
March 2 - April 10, 2022
The Jesuit Community teamed up with the Diocese of Belize to create a daily video reflection series designed to help us reflect on what it means to be a "synodal" Church, and how that is different from how we normally think about Church.
Daily online video reflections, 5-7 minutes long.
5-Part video series
In this video series, Fr. Brian Christopher, S.J. outlines and illustrates some of the basic principles for Ignatian Discernment. Drawing from the "Rules for Discernment" in the Spiritual Exercises, Fr. Christopher gives practical rules of thumb to help us pay closer attention to how the Holy Spirit is moving in and through us.
8-9- minute YouTube videos; pdf study guides for each.
A Light Shines in the Darkness
An Advent Ignatian Retreat
November 23 - December 21, 2021
Take some time this Advent, in the midst of all the commotion of the Season, to slow down and to connect with the Spirit of God at work in your life, giving strength and healing to the brokenness in our hearts and in the world.
Online Retreat; Daily reflections;
Small group faith sharing on Tuesdays during Advent.