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Paul distributes communion to a resident at Jenkins Senior Living Facility.

Are you retired or finished raising your family?  Do you want to give back, enrich your spiritual life, and build community with other mature adults?   Consider joining the Ignatian Volunteer Corps in Baltimore.  Our volunteers serve 2 days per week (Sept. through June) in local organizations that work directly with poor people and meet monthly for prayer and shared reflection in the Ignatian tradition.

IVC Baltimore will be holding information sessions for our 2019-2020 volunteer-year throughout the spring.  Use the form below to RSVP for any one of them.


Information Sessions - Baltimore

Thank you for your interest in IVC Baltimore. Information sessions are an opportunity to learn more about the IVC program and commitment. Please register for an Information Session below. If you don't see one that is convenient, please don't hesitate to contact the Regional Director. Someone will be in touch with you to confirm your attendance. Thank you!
    Rev. Brian F. Linnane, S.J. Alumni House, Loyola University Maryland 208 E. Cold Spring Ln. Baltimore, MD 21212
    5401 Loch Raven Blvd., Baltimore MD 21239. This information session will be held in the rectory dining room after Mass.
    2034 Greenspring Dr. Lutherville-Timonium, MD 21093
    Church of the Resurrection 3175 Paulskirk Dr. Ellicott City, MD 21042 Session will be held immediately after the 5:15 vigil mass.

Ignatian spirituality is not a ‘revolution’ in the sense of a social movement; such movements have often eventually used power unjustly in seeking to overturn unjust uses of power.  Rather, it is an invitation to change society by becoming a changed person within society. – Tim Muldoon, Postmodern Spirituality and the Ignatian Fundamentum