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Jesuit Spirituality Apostolate of Vancouver
The Jesuit Spirituality Apostolate of Vancouver seeks to help people hear Christ’s voice more clearly and to discover God in all things. St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuits, encouraged people to balance both contemplation and action in life. JSAV offers Ignatian spirituality through the Spiritual Exercises, other retreats, talks, workshops and spiritual direction in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland.
La Villa Loyola de Sudbury, dirigée par les Jésuites de Sudbury, fut, à l’origine, une maison de retraites. Inaugurée en 1962, la Villa Loyola occupe un terrain d’une superficie de 12 acres au sein d’un splendide paysage, situé sur la rive sud du lac Long, à quelques kilomètres du centre-ville de Sudbury, en Ontario.
Loyola House/Ignatius Jesuit Centre
North Guelph, ON
Built in 1964, Loyola House in Guelph, ON has welcomed over 60,000 people of all faiths to deepen their spirituality through retreats and ongoing spiritual direction.
The Ignatian Centre is a Jesuit ministry run by laity dedicated to bringing the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola to the population of Greater Montreal.
Christian Life Community Canada
Christian Life Community (CVZ – CLC) is a worldwide association of small groups of lay people (6 – 10 people) who are striving for a deeper spirituality in the Ignatian tradition that helps them seek and find God in all things.
Centre de spiritualité Manrèse
Quebec City, Québec
Héritier de la grande tradition des Exercices spirituels de saint Ignace, le Centre de spiritualité Manrèse (CSM) a pour mission d’ouvrir des chemins d’expérience spirituelle, accessibles et adaptés au monde d’aujourd’hui.
Ignatius Jesuit Centre
Ignatius Jesuit Centre cultivates spiritual growth and ecological engagement. The Jesuits have a long history in the Guelph area. A year before the city was founded in 1827, a member of the party of John Galt (founder of the city) was married by a Jesuit. German Jesuits first settled in the area in 1852. In the early years, the Jesuits played a role in establishing St. Joseph’s hospital, Catholic schools, the construction of the Church of Our Lady Immaculate, an important landmark and place of worship in the city, and establishing Sacred Heart Parish.