This weekly online retreat based on the Examen from the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola invites you to take up the practice of reflecting on your day, its gifts and graces, and the progress you are making in life with Christ.
It’s a way of praying the Examen through Lent, with materials by Joseph Tetlow, S.J.
Each Sunday during Lent, read an introduction to the week’s prayer. On Ash Wednesday and the Mondays of Lent and Easter Week, find a brief Scripture passage, steps for reflecting with the Examen, and a closing prayer.
See more about the spirituality of St. Ignatius at IgnatianSpirituality.com, a website of Loyola Press.
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