[Blueboard] Invitation to LS Faculty, Administrators & Professionals

ls_cmo at admu.edu.ph ls_cmo at admu.edu.ph
Mon Jun 29 08:15:03 PHT 2009


         Many Christians today have that yearning for God and  
interpret this yearning as an invitation to deeper prayer.  The  
invitation can be realized through the "RETREAT IN DAILY LIFE" based  
on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius.  From his own life  
experience, Ignatius created a way for women and men to deepen their  
relationship with God in the context of their daily lives.

         The retreat offers opportunities for the on-going integration  
of the Gospel with daily life.  It provides a wonderful, effective way  
of discovering God in all things.

         A Retreat in Daily Life is a way to give yourself some space  
in your busy life.  It is an opportunity to experience:
         -  deeper companionship with God
         -  personal guidance in your spirituality
         -  the transforming power of the Gospel.

         We are offering three (3) forms of retreat in daily life.


After registering for the retreat, a person agrees...

1.        to attend the Opening and Closing Session of the retreat
2.        to pray using Scripture for 15 to 30 minutes a day
3.        to do brief journal writing about their experience of prayer
4.        to meet privately for 30 minutes each day with the prayer  
guide assigned to you

The daily meeting with your prayer guide focuses on what is happening  
in your daily prayer.
The role of the prayer guide is to listen to you and help you decide  
how you might spend your prayer time the next day.

B.        SIX WEEKS RETREAT IN DAILY LIFE ( Group or Individually Directed)

After registering for this retreat, a person agrees...

1.        1, 2, and 3 of A
2.        To meet for half an hour once a week with your prayer guide  
(for individually directed) or meet for 45 min. to an hour with the  
group (for group RDL)

C.        TWELVE WEEKS RETREAT IN DAILY LIFE (Group or Individually Directed)

1.        same as Six Weeks RDL

SCHEDULES:        First Semester SY 2009-2010

A.        Week of Directed Prayer:  July 18 to 25, 2009

B.        Six Weeks Retreat in Daily Life: week of July 27 to week of  
Sept. 4, 2009

C.        Twelve Weeks Retreat in Daily Life: week of July 20 to week  
of Sept 28, 2009

         SIGN UP BEGINS JUNE 22, 2009

For more information and signing up, visit

Loyola Schools ? Campus Ministry Office
GF, MVP Student Leadership Center
Ateneo de Manila University

Local 5161
Email:          ls_cmo at ateneo.edu OR rdeguzman at ateneo.edu

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