are the strongest antidote to the spread of self-centered individualism… It is
they who testify to the beauty of life’.”
Pope Francis, Amoris Laetitia, (no. 174)
· What is the spirituality that informs your sons’ Jesuit education?
you wonder what A.M.D.G. means?
you like to find a short prayer that can help you find God in your daily life?
Whether your son is a freshman or a senior,
you are welcome to join other Gonzaga moms who want to know more about the
words, phrases and spirituality that are woven into a Jesuit education.
We will ask you to read brief sections from
books written by Jesuits, share your learning with a small group, and be
introduced to simple ways of praying, even if you are not familiar with
Ignatian forms of prayer.
No need to sign-up, come once or every
from 8:00 - 9:00 am in the Jesuit Dining Room on
Date for our Annual Retreat: Feb 3-5, 2017
will be facilitated by Martina O’Shea who, for the past seven years has been
the Pastoral Associate for Ignatian Spirituality and Prayer at Holy Trinity
Church in Georgetown. She received her training in spiritual direction and
supervision from the Ignatius Jesuit Center in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, the
Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation, the Washington Theological Union, and
the Mercy Center in Burlingame, CA. She has advanced degrees in mental health
and neuroscience and enjoys being with her many nephews and nieces who range in
age from a newborn to 39!
information, please email Anne
Barsanti Griffith at firstname.lastname@example.org.