- Faculty & Staff Mission Programs
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- Mission Programs
- Shared Vision
- Helping Our Own
- Living the Ignatian Spirit
- What is Ignatian Spirituality?
- What is Ignatian Prayer?
- What is Discernment?
- What is Spiritual Direction?
- Growing in the Ignatian Spirit
- Celebrating the Ignatian Spirit
- Saint Louis University Prayerbook
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Living the Ignatian Spirit
A four-session seminar exploring Ignatian spirituality and the spiritual life.
Presented by Paul Coutinho, SJ, assistant for mission formation and assistant professor of theological studies.
Coutinho is an internationally recognized Ignatian scholar, author and speaker who brings an Eastern flavor to Western spirituality. He is author of the award-winning book, How Big is Your God?
This brown-bag series is sponsored by the Division of Mission and Ministry.
All employees who participate in the four sessions will receive a certificate of completion. (Participation provides an opportunity to demonstrate how you have contributed to understanding and living the mission of SLU, and it can become part of your employee performance discussion.)
The sessions are available to view at the corresponding links below.
This series was followed up with Growing in the Ignatian Spirit - a three-week series clarifying the Ignatian themes of magis, finding God in all things and men and women for others, and offer help in living a more authentic, fuller, freer life.
For more information, contact Mary Flick at email@example.com or 977-2428.