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Travel   Posted on  Mar. 24, 2023  by  Catholic Theological Union

Lands of the Bible Tours: Greece & Turkey Fall 2023

Travel in the Footsteps of St. Paul with world-renowned Biblical scholar, Sr. Barbara Reid, OP, president of Catholic Theological Union.

Retreat Houses  Retreats   Posted on  Mar. 24, 2023  by  Springbank Retreats

Springbank Retreats

Spring Sabbatical February 8 - May 3, 2023; Fall Sabbatical September 14 - December 4, 2023. Four, eight and twelve week programs provide a healing and supportive environment for those in transition, in need of spiritual and physical renewal and ways of relating with Earth, self and all beings. Surroundings Conducive for quiet prayer and contemplative solitude. Programs allow time to walk, rest and work with clay, basketry or watercolors. Spiritual direction is available.

Jobs   Posted on  Mar. 23, 2023  by  St. Joseph Parish, Hillsborough, NJ

Parish Catechetical Leader – Director of Religious Education

Our active parish community strives to create a welcoming environment for all who seek to deepen their faith. You will partner with parish families, staff, and ministries to oversee the planning, evaluation, and management of religious education and faith formation for children in grades 1-8.

Jobs   Posted on  Mar. 20, 2023  by  Sisters of Mercy of the Americas

Director of Institute Justice Team

Inspired by the life of Jesus and by our founder Catherine McAuley, the Sisters of Mercy work toward a just world for people who are poor, sick, and uneducated. As an international community of vowed women, our mission is to respond to unmet needs.

Books  Harper Horizon   Posted on  Mar. 16, 2023  by  Harper Select

Wake Up With Purpose!: What I’ve Learned in My First Hundred Years

Known to millions as simply "Sister Jean," the Loyola Chicago matriarch and college basketball icon invites you into her remarkable memoir filled with history, wonder, and common-sense wisdom for this century and beyond. As Sister Jean wisely says, "I've seen so many changes in the last 102 years, but the important things remain the same."

Theater / Arts   Posted on  Mar. 15, 2023  by  Magis Theatre

Magis Theatre Company’s Logos Project production of *mark – a solo performance of the Gospel of Mark

Easter is coming, and it’s an ideal time to see the unusual solo performance of *mark. Actor and Jesuit, George Drance, Artist in Residence at Fordham University, performs the Gospel of Mark in its entirety at Theatre 315 in Manhattan in April, assuming the role of storyteller. Mark is the oldest Gospel, created during what was a risky time to stand up against oppression. Dynamic and timely! April 6-22 at Theatre 315 in Manhattan. Eventbrite:

Events   Posted on  Mar. 15, 2023  by  Catholic Theological Union in Chicago

Bryan Stevenson to Receive 2023 Peacemakers Award from Catholic Theological Union

Join us in Chicago on April 26 for our "Blessed Are the Peacemakers" event honoring Bryan Stevenson in recognition of his faith-rooted activism as founder and Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative, and his dedication to helping those who are marginalized, incarcerated, and condemned.

Spiritual Resources   Posted on  Mar. 15, 2023  by  Marquette University - Mission & Ministry


WHAT ARE THE SPIRITUAL EXERCISES OF ST. IGNATIUS? By Dr. Stephanie Russell The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola are a means of opening oneself to the work of God in one’s life. Ignatius, a Basque nobleman of the late 15th and early 16th centuries underwent a powerful spiritual conversion in his late twenties. Recovering from a battle wound over the course of many months, Ignatius spent hours contemplating his life’s purpose and the compelling examples set by saints such as Dominic and Francis. He determined to leave the life of privilege to which he had become accustomed, and commended himself and all of his energies to serving God. Ignatius’ desire was to “help souls” and he engaged in spiritual conversation with almost anyone he met. The experience of his own conversion led Ignatius to share what he learned with others and, eventually, refine his personal prayer journal into what we now call the Spiritual Exercises.

Jobs   Posted on  Mar. 14, 2023  by  Archdiocese of Detrroit

Hiring Multiple Positions

The Archdiocese of Detroit is currently hiring for the following positions: *Director of Evangelization and Missionary Discipleship *Associate Director of Engagement *Associate Superintendent for the Central Region Schools (City of Detroit) *Assistant Superintendent of School Finance

Jobs   Posted on  Mar. 14, 2023  by  University of Notre Dame

Assistant Director for LGBTQ Student Initiatives and Administration

The Assistant Director for LGBTQ Student Initiatives and Administration promotes the Gender Relations Center's mission by spearheading programming, pastoral care, student group advising and educational trainings for students who are a part of the LGBTQ community and their allies.

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