We invite you to join us on a Journey through Lent with St Ignatius of Loyola, the Spanish courtier-turned-priest whose adventures 500 years ago provide an example of how personal change and fulfilment is possible, even in the most challenging of circumstances.
The Lent Retreat is an opportunity to find God in your daily life, and to set aside some time for prayer. Previous participants have spoken about how our Lent online retreats have helped deepen their faith and their relationship with Jesus.
‘I found each day very thought-provoking and a real encounter with Jesus. It really opened my eyes to how each of us can encounter Jesus directly in the scriptures and how art can help with this.’
You will be supported with prayer material and inspiration, either through signing up for our daily emails during Lent, or following the retreat on the website or through the app. If you would like to journey through Lent with others and share your experiences, you can sign up for Lent Retreat group. You can also share your experiences on social media using the hashtag #LentRetreat2022
Find out more and sign up here:
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