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Igniting Our Values

A Jesuit/Ignatian Pilgrimage for Lent

February 18—April 5, 2015

 

The 2015 Lenten program provides a digital prayer experience composed of daily reflections with carefully selected music, video, art and poetry. The program will explore what it means to be companions of St. Ignatius. We will also consider the values and characteristics that are uniquely “Ignatian” or “Jesuit”.

If you signed up last year for the Move to Greater Love prayer experience, you will automatically be registered in this Lenten pilgrimage. Interested participants are invited to sign up for a daily email link by clicking here. If you are unable to receive the daily notices through email, please request to receive hard copies by emailing ISAdmin@trinity.org. Questions? Contact moshea@trinity.org.

 


Click here to learn more about Ignatian Spirituality at Holy Trinity


If you are interested in making the full Spiritual Exercises, please contact Martina O'Shea at moshea@trinity.org 

Please click on the link below for information and a registration form for our annual Retreats in Daily Life.

Lenten Retreat 2015 Brochure

 

Explore and Discern Brochure:

A call to the ministry of Spiritual Direction or Spiritual Listening

 

 

 


"I see clearly that the thing the church needs most today is the ability to heal wounds and to warm the hearts of the faithful; it needs nearness, proximity. I see the church as a field hospital after battle." Pope Francis 


 


Calendar of Ignatian Spirituality Events:

(Note: Please go to the Young Adult Community (YAC) page for YAC spirituality events.)

 Ignatian Spirituality Programs and Groups:

Resources & Helpful Information:

About Ignatian Spirituality at Holy Trinity:

Staff Contact Information:

  • Martina O’Shea, Pastoral Associate for Ignatian Spirituality and Prayer
  • 202-903-2810

For Reflection:
“A Jesuit parish is energized by Ignatian spirituality, especially through the Spiritual Exercises, and by individual and communal discernment. … it offers opportunities for spiritual direction and pastoral counseling. Following the model of the election in the Spiritual Exercises, it helps individuals to discern their vocation in life.”
                           --  Society of Jesus, General Congregation 34, Decree 19