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The Glory of God: Being Boldly and Humbly Yourself

An Ignatian, Semi-Silent Overnight Retreat for Adults Under 40

Retreat Date: October 22-23, 2022
Groups Attending: Individuals

This retreat is currently at capacity or registration is closed. Please call the office at 847.381.1261 with questions.

Summary

Who am I before God? How am I called to give my life away? This retreat for young adults based on the Spiritual Exercises will provide space for a personal encounter with Christ and a chance to prayerfully reflect on what it means to be ourselves and to follow him. 

Description

Check-in begins at 9am on Saturday morning. The retreat starts at 10 am and will end on Sunday by 1 PM after lunch.

This retreat includes daily Mass, 5 hot meals, the opportunity for one-on-one spiritual direction with a trained spiritual director, and many other opportunities to explore our 80 acres and almost 60k square feet of  interior space.  All activities are optional, but we do ask everyone to respect the quiet of the retreat house for everyone to have the opportunity to read, sleep and reflect in the quiet. 

Bellarmine has two libraries, two chapels, a resource center, and many other common areas.  Outdoor spaces include a various walking trails, various prayer gardens, a gazebo, stations of the cross, as well as a few patios and outdoor chairs and benches.   


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Retreat Masters

Justin Prom, SJ

Justin Prom, SJ is a Jesuit scholastic studying social philosophy at Loyola University Chicago. He is a trained spiritual director and has worked as a hospital chaplain. Formerly, he studied biomedical engineering at Marquette University and has worked as a biomed engineering technician in developing countries.

Phil Cooley, SJ

Phil Cooley, SJ, is a Jesuit scholastic pursuing an M.A. in Social Philosophy at Loyola University Chicago. He is a trained spiritual director and has facilitated retreats in Ignatian Spirituality for the past three years. After completing his undergrad degree in Economics at Xaiver University in Cincinnati, OH, Phil worked in the Financial Services industry before discerning a call to the Jesuits. Phil enjoys learning languages, making music, football and basketball, and spiritual reading.