Provisions for the Journey to Jerusalem Brief reflections on the week’s Scripture readings Preparing for Lent, 2022
As we enter the Lenten season, we offer these “Provisions for the Journey” to help you find God along the way.
My desire to join IVC started the day I read Kate Burgess' article in The Evangelist in April 2019. I can remember saying, "This is for me; I need to check it out as soon as I retire!" I attended the commissioning of the new Ignatian Volunteers at the Hubbard...
God calls us in different ways at different times in our lives. Our relationship with God changes as we mature and our spirituality draws on our wisdom and experience. How do we discern God’s call as we age? How do we grow from being children of God into becoming women and men for others? Join us for a conversation exploring the spirituality of aging and how we can deepen our experience through prayer and service in the Ignatian tradition.
Tom Adler serves as the Life Skills Coordinator at Project Lazarus, the oldest and largest residential facility in the Gulf Coast region providing assisted living to people with HIV/AIDS. Founded in 1985 by two compassionate priests in cooperation with the...
Reflect with us from the comfort of your own home! Join us on November 13th at 10am Central Time for IVC Omaha’s second-annual Morning of Ignatian Inspiration with Fr. Gillick, SJ and Fr. Carlson, SJ.
Virtual Event — Experience Unity in Prayer through Christian, Jewish, and Muslim Artists. Join us for a premier healing, experience engaging religion, art, and music!
Many people are familiar with the Camino de Santiago (the Way of St. James), the pilgrimage depicted in Martin Sheen’s movie The Way. Our pilgrimage is an Ignatian alternative to the traditional Camino. We will trace the route that St. Ignatius walked across Spain when he left his birthplace of Loyola following his initial conversion experience.
IVC Milwaukee presents an IVC Webinar: Dare to Dream, The Zach Presutti, S.J. Story. Founder of Thrive for Life Prison PRoject – transforming lives behind and beyond U.S. prison walls.