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Cura - Live Well: Living the Examen

Thursday, 08 December, 2016

Join SLU colleagues in attending the next Cura-Live Well session: “Living the Examen.”

St. Ignatius of Loyola was a master of the human heart. He took his experiences seriously and trusted that in those daily occurrences of encounter and emotion, the Almighty was nudging him toward greater wholeness.

Join colleagues for this Cura-Live Well session, Living the Examen, led by David Meconi, S.J., assistant professor in the Department of Theological Studies. Attendees will learn how to deepen their relationships by understanding the principle and foundation of Ignatian spirituality and the Examination of Consciousness ("the Examen"), which is a method of daily prayer aimed at fostering a greater understanding of self, neighbor and God.

This session will take place from 11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 8, in the Busch Student Center Room 251. (Note the time change.)
Register online.
Upcoming Session:
  • "Healthy Habits for a Happy G.I. System" | 11 a.m. to noon | Thursday, Jan. 12 | Busch Student Center, Room 251 | North Campus | Register online

About Live Well: Live Well is part of our Employee Wellness program for SLU employees. Live Well is run through HR with the purpose of addressing personal, spiritual and financial well-being. Speakers include SLUCare physicians, faculty, staff, and outside partners who volunteer to share their expertise. The program is offered monthly for one hour (11 a.m. to noon) and sessions are intended to be educational and interactive with audience participation. Attendees are eligible to receive 35 Vitality points.

About Cura: The Cura program is a response to the SLU community's stated desire to build and sustain a positive workplace culture.  All SLU employees have a responsibility to foster a culture of understanding, respect and appreciation for the people with whom we work and interact, and to inspire a collaborative and collegial working, learning and social environment. For more information visit