Retreat and Event Calendar

Five-week retreats invite you to daily prayer and reflection in the Ignatian tradition. Each week retreatants hear brief presentations on prayer topics, share in large and small groups, and practice prayer together.  Weekly group meetings allow you to share your prayer experiences and better recognize God’s action in your prayer and life. Retreat directors offer input on prayer, development of one’s spiritual life, and daily prayer exercises. 

Common to every human being is deep longing and desire. To uncover the deepest longings and most authentic desires of human beings is to recognize a call to conversion, compassion, consolation and community, with Christ at the center of the experience.  This year’s retreats explore these dynamics through the lens of Ignatian spirituality.                                                               

Fall 2021 5-Week Retreat, Christ: The Center of Our Desires

Saint Ignatius believed that every person’s deepest desire was to be known and loved by God and to know and love God.Ignatius also, encouraged the person to look within and share with God what they most truly wanted. Some questions arise from those propositions: How does a person share with God the desires they have?  Does God care about that?  How do they come to know what they most truly want? Can a person honestly talk with God about their longings?  Prayer allows us to reach into our center to discover God’s desires for us. In this retreat we engage with the dynamics of conversion working in the center of who we most truly are, the place where we encounter the One who knows and loves us.  

Dates, time, and location:September 21,2021, 28, October 5, 12, 19, (all Tuesdays)
6:30-8:00 p.m.
St. Ignatius Loyola Church
23rd Ave. & York St.
Registration:Download the registration form here.
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The registration deadline is September 15.
The suggested offering is $35.00. Scholarships are available.

2021 Day of Prayer: God Who Is Turning The World Around

Conversio = To turn around. Conversion in our lives today; what does it mean? We will explore what it means in our lives through prayer and exercises. Turn, Turn, Turn.

Date, time, and location:Saturday, November 6, 2021
9:00 A.M.-2:30 p.m.

St. Ignatius Loyola Church
23rd Ave. & York St.
To Register download scan and email or mail

The registration deadline is November 1.
Suggested donation is $30.00. Scholarships are available

2021 Evening of Prayer: An Advent Evening Sojourn

Can you be moved to a place of deep trust in God’s abiding presence no matter what the circumstances of your life might be?  Sojourning with individuals from our tradition can show a way to this deepening trust. In this evening of prayer, engage with Joseph and Mary as they face the challenging circumstances of their lives and discover the abiding, strengthening, enlightening ways of God. 

Date, time, and location:  Tuesday December 14, 2021  6:30—8:00 PM Saint Ignatius Loyola Church 2301 York Street Denver, CO 80205

To Register, either download, scan and email or mail: Registration Form

The suggested offering is $5.00. Scholarships are available.

5-Week Retreat, Lent 2022: A Call To Compassion

God’s passion for humanity is expressed in Christ’s passion for us and our compassion for one another. It is not about the single person’s solo journey to God through Lent. On the way, love leads a person to live in solidarity with the other, the same solidarity Jesus showed especially throughout the narratives shared in Gospel of Luke which guides our reflections for this retreat. 

Date & time:March 9, 16, 23, 30, April 6 (Wednesdays)
6:30 P.M. – 8:00 P.M.
Location:St. Ignatius Loyola Church
23rd Avenue and York Street
Denver. CO 80206

Cost is $35.00. Scholarships available upon request.

Find the registration form by clicking here.

The registration deadline is March 4 .

Easter Evening of Prayer HAS BEEN CANCELLED!


Dates, time, and location:CANCELLED!

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