Ignatian Prayer

Welcome – this retreat offers a chance to reflect prayerfully on our relationship to the Risen Lord as we encounter Christ in ourselves, in other people and in the whole of creation.In this retreat we will ponder how the Risen Lord is present to us.   What it means for the Spirit of God to dwell within us in our everyday lives.  The retreat will give us an opportunity to consider how Christ comes to us anew each day just as he came to his disciples on the road to Emmaus, or...
Silent retreats – a space where God can take you by surpriseSt Beuno's Jesuit Spirituality Centre in the foothills of Snowdonia has been a Jesuit house of learning and prayer since 1848 and a residential retreat centre for 30 years. Tim McEvoy is a new member of the spiritual direction team.Tim’s spiritual journey began as a student at Warwick ten years ago when he participated in a week of guided prayer led by the Jesuit spirituality outreach team.  Whilst doing further...
One of the many small details that make up the bigger picture of daily novitiate life is when we are invited to pray the Examen. This takes place twice daily, one around midday and the other before bed, thus providing a neat Ignatian framework within which we set our lives as novices.Prior to arriving at the novitiate I was aware of the Examen and, trying to be a good candidate to the Society, I attempted to build it into my daily life with limited success. I found it a useful exercise in...