A Long and Rich History of Faith – St. Ignatius of Loyola Parish
Much has changed in society and within the Church since the 1900s but today, St. Ignatius’ community still includes a school, with the addition of an adult education centre, and continues to be a place to develop a greater spiritual relationship with God.
Holy Week Retreat
Guelph, ON — Mar 23 - 31, 2024
It has its origin in the dramatic liturgies of the Jerusalem Church: the procession with palms; the passion narratives; veneration of the cross; and the Easter Vigil, with its focus on light in darkness, and rebirth through the water of baptism.
Knowing the Heart of Jesus
Guelph, ON — Mar 15 - 17, 2024
This is a silent guided retreat. Your guide, Fr. Bill Clarke, SJ will offer several gospel reflections to help you better know, and through personal prayer, enter more deeply into the heart of Jesus. Spiritual direction will be available to those who request it.
The Sounds of the Desert: Listening in Lent
Guelph, ON — Mar 15, 2024
This one-day program offers space and time to deepen our spiritual lives in this season of Lent. What do I desire as I continue my journey through this season of grace? What does it mean for me to return to the Lord with my entire being, to listen carefully to the sounds that speak to me in solitude?
2024 Canadian Jesuits Issue 11
In this issue of Canadian Jesuits, we invite people to share their personal journeys. Far from being self-centred stories of individual growth, the women and men who share about their lives also describe how knowing and loving themselves better has enabled them to reach out to others.
Restoring the Gospels’ Jewish Voice
Toronto, ON — Mar 18, 2024
In his recently published book, "Restoring the Gospels’ Jewish Voice," Murray Watson explores Chouraqui’s rich and fascinating life and his unique approach to Bible translation, especially grounding the Gospels — and Jesus — in their original Jewish context.
What Does the Catholic Church Have To Say About The Conflict in Israel-Palestine?
Toronto, ON — Mar 4, 2024
The way the Church has been formulating its vision for the Holy Land over the past century makes an important contribution to the conversation about a bloody present and the possibilities for a better future.
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Am I Anything Else at All?
Explore the depths of how our roles within community and spirituality shape our identity, with insights from Eric Clayton on Ignatian spirituality. This reflection delves into the interplay between individuality and community, highlighting the significance of love and decisions in fostering relationships.
Presbyteral ordination of Fr. Curtis McKenzie: Celebrating a financial guru turned spiritual shepherd
Experience the spiritual journey and presbyteral ordination of Fr. Curtis McKenzie, SJ, in Kelowna, BC. This article by Adam Pittman, SJ, celebrates Fr. McKenzie's unique blend of faith, intelligence, and creativity, highlighting a momentous occasion for the Jesuits of Canada and the impact of his dedication on the church and community.