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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 two days per week (Sept. through June) in local organizations that work directly with the poor, and meet monthly for prayer and shared reflection in the Ignatian tradition.   Contact Steve Eberle, Regional Director, at or call him at 410-752-4686 for more information.

Information Sessions are being held at the following locations this spring:

  • Thursday, March 9th – 1:00pm-2:00pm at St. Bernardine Catholic Church
  • Wednesday, April 5th – 5:30-6:30pm at Loyola Blakefield in Towson (second floor of Knott Hall)
  • Tuesday, April 18th – 3:00pm-4:00pm at Loyola Blakefield in Towson (second floor of Knott Hall)
  • Monday, May 1st – 7:00pm-8:00pm at Loyola Blakefield in Towson (second floor of Knott Hall)



IVC Baltimore has numerous partner Service Sites just waiting for an Ignatian Volunteer to apply. Click here to view our list of available volunteer placements.

If you work with an non-profit organization and would like to partner with IVC to receive an Ignatian Volunteer, contact IVC Baltimore’s regional director, Steve Eberle.


“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