Ignatian Spirituality Group

 

Prayer is simply tuning in to God’s presence. Over the centuries people have found different ways of doing this. One such example is termed “Ignatian prayer” developed by St. Ignatius Loyola and articulated in his Spiritual Exercises. This form of prayer uses the imagination and senses to develop an intimate relationship with God.

 

Ed Plocha offered an introductory session to Ignatian prayer for St. Pius X parishioners this spring, and the group who attended wanted another session, and has chosen to meet about once per month. The group is studying Fr. David L. Fleming’s book: What is Ignatian Spirituality? Amazon, paper $10.16; Kindle edition $9.65.

 

Ed’s background includes ten years in the Maryland Province of the Jesuits. He remains actively involved with Christian Life Community, a Jesuit-affiliated Pontifical lay institute. He and his wife Helen have been members of our parish since 2012.

 

For more information or to get involved, click here to email Ed.

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