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~ Weekly Bible Study: Luke - The Good News of God's Mercy

During the joyous season of Easter, we invite you to join fellow faculty and staff for a lunch-time Bible study group.   The Gospel of Luke provides us with examples of God’s mercy as shown to us through the actions of His son, Jesus.  This will be a time to read, study and reflect on how we will respond to this same mercy which has been given to each of us.  Register by Thursday, March 28, at 288-4545 or  A light lunch will be served.


~ Third Week Group: 

One of the hallmarks of Ignatian Spirituality rests in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius in which Ignatius teaches us through recommendations in prayer, meditation and contemplations on scripture, to know, love and follow Jesus more closely in our daily lives.  During the Third Week of the Spiritual Exercises, Ignatius invites us to join Jesus as intimate companions during the very human experience of His suffering and

death in the Passion.  It is in following Jesus closely on this path that we also discover how to be more personal, intimate and present in our own suffering and in the suffering of others.  Even in His walk towards death, Jesus teaches us to love more deeply,  live more freely. Please join us as we create a faith community of companions willing to follow Jesus more closely and intimately this Lenten season.  All faiths welcome.  Space is limited.  A light lunch will be served. Register by Friday, February 22, at or 288-4545.


~ Lenten Half-Day Ecumenical Retreat:

"A Journey from Fasting to Feasting"

All employees are invited to take some time out for prayer and reflection, refreshment and renewal, as you travel along your journey during the holy season of Lent.  Please join the Faber Center for this morning of slowing down at the end of your hectic and busy week.  Register by Wednesday, February 20, via e-mail at or by calling 288-4545.





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Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius

The exercises are a pathway to recognizing God's activity in our deepest desires and growing in unity with God. Emerging from the experience of St. Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus, the Exercises provide a structured opportunity to mature in spiritual freedom and make choices that are responsive to God's call in one's life.