The Ignatian Eight-Week Retreat in Everyday Life mirrors the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola, but in an abbreviated format. Retreatants go about their everyday life, but commit to pray each day, following a guided structure of readings and reflections. We will gather weekly for these eight weeks to share the fruit of each one’s prayer.
Date and time: Wednesday afternoon session 1:30-3:00 PM or evening session 6:30-8:00 PM
Fall Dates: September 25 through November 13
Lent/Easter Retreat Dates: March 4 through April 22
Retreat Director: Kathy Fletcher Wray
The “19th Annotation” is a version of the Spiritual Exercises designed for people who cannot be away for 30 days to do the Exercises as they were originally practiced. Most of the time, this “retreat in everyday life” is done by people who have daily commitments, but who feel called to pray the Spiritual Exercises.
The Exercises are extended over several months and the retreatants commit to weekly prayer practices, readings and meditations. Often, the 19th Annotation is done in small groups. The group will meet weekly to receive new material from the leader, discuss how the Exercises are going for them and share some prayer practices together. Each person in the group will also see a spiritual director for the duration of the retreat.
Dates: Every Tuesday from 1:00-2:15 PM from October 1, 2019 – May 12, 2020
Retreat Directors: Sister Catherine Higgins, CSJ, and Father Philip Fogarty, SJ
Bring the whole family (and furry friends) for Mass, a Blessing of the Animals and a Potluck Supper on our grounds!
This event for the whole family (and furry friends) will be held outdoors, weather permitting, on our beautiful grounds. Please bring lawn chairs!
There is no rain date; check our Facebook Page and website for cancellation.
Schedule of events:
4:00 p.m. Mass (anticipated for Sunday)
4:30 p.m. Blessing of Animals
5:00 p.m. Potluck Supper
We will provide hot dogs, drinks and dessert. Please bring a side dish to share.
Prayers for Healing is a monthly setting of evening prayer that begins Monday, September 9, and continues the first Monday of each month throughout the year. Evenings will include sung psalms, Sacred Scripture, silence, prayers for petition and a spoken reflection. All are centered on various needs for healing, both individually and as a community of faith. Open to all faith traditions. Reservations are not necessary.
Dates: Septmeber 9, October 7, November 4, December 2 in 2019 and January 6, February 3, March 2, (no April), and May 4 in 2020
Time: 7:00-8:00 p.m.
The Unity Choir seeks to foster awareness of inclusion, diversity, and values of cultural competency in Beaver County and beyond through song and relationships.
Join us to sing unifying messages of hope, reconciliation and togetherness that inspire listeners to embrace cultural differences.
Come one, come all! The Unity Choir welcomes people of all races, genders, religions, ages, sexual orientations, income levels, and disabilities.
RSVP to Sr. Sarah Crotty
Join us around the bonfire for conversation and fun at our next Nuns & Nones get-together. Bring your sweater and a blanket. We’ll bring the s’mores!
Connect with other young adults and Sisters to discuss life’s big questions in an open and friendly environment. People from all religious traditions (or none) are welcome.
Nuns & Nones is a national movement of conversation and collaboration between Catholic sisters and spiritually diverse or nonspiritual young adults who long for a more just, equitable and loving world.