Directed Retreats

directed1A directed retreat is an individually guided silent prayer experience in which the retreatant follows the dynamics of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius while listening for God’s personal word spoken through the Sacred Scriptures. Each retreatant is assigned a Spiritual Director with whom the retreatant meets daily for reflection and spiritual discernment. These retreats are for those who are experienced with sharing their interior life and with prior experience of spiritual direction. Loyola offers eight-day Directed Retreats during Holy Week and the summer months which includes daily Mass, Reconciliation, Sacrament of the Sick and plenty of time for private prayer. Directed retreats can also be scheduled on an individual basis throughout the year. Please call 973-539-0740 or email retreathouse@loyola.org to schedule a directed retreat.

Preached Retreats

Preached retreats consist of individuals who are on their own personal retreat, but are given talks by a retreat director each day to prepare and orient them for their own prayer and reflection. They follow the themes of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. Preached retreats include daily Mass, the Sacrament of Reconciliation, the Sacrament of the Sick and plenty of time for private prayer. Loyola offers preached retreats during Holy Week and in the summer. Preached retreats are open to all without prior experience of spiritual direction.

Private Retreats

Private retreats are scheduled on an individual basis throughout the year. Retreatants may come to be in silence and pray on their own with the option to participate in daily Mass. Also, retreatants may request a Director and enjoy a private Directed Retreat as described above.  Please call 973-539-0740 or email retreathouse@loyola.org to schedule a Private retreat.

 

Week-long Summer Directed Retreats

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Week-long Summer Preached Retreats

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Holy Week Retreats

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