What should I do? Making good decisions, individually and in groups
- Tuesday, January 10, 2023 – 7 PM &
- Tuesday, February 14, 2023 – 12 noon (ET)
60 minutes + Q&A
Conflict, social polarisation, crisis. The contemporary context highlights a sense of both desolation and thirst for meaning and hope. The Ignatian spiritual practice of Discernment has helped many individuals and groups over the centuries to discern what God is calling them to be and become, as well as the concrete means to live out this call. In this session, Sr. Laurence Loubières will share practical and tested steps to deepen authentic inner listening and communal discernment that leads to good decisions.
Laurence Loubières, a xaviere sister, is the director of the Service for Discernment in Common of the Canadian Jesuit Province. With her background in management, consulting and Ignatian spirituality, she assists religious communities and apostolates with decision-making and strategic planning processes. Prior to that, she worked for over 15 years in sustainable and responsible investing. She notably contributed to the book “20 propositions pour réformer le capitalisme” (20 proposals to reform capitalism) edited by Gaël Giraud, SJ, and Cécile Renouard (Flammarion, 2012).
A recording will be sent to registrants by 3 working days after the session.
For more information: Patricia O’Reilly – firstname.lastname@example.org