19th Annotation Training


The 19th Annotation, sometimes called an Ignatian Retreat in Daily Life, is a way for people who cannot be away for 30 days to do the Ignatian Exercises as they were practiced originally. It is most typically done by people who work full-time and want to do the Spiritual Exercises. Using the 19th Annotation format, the Exercises are extended over approximately eight months. Just as with the 30-day Retreat, retreatants do weekly prayer practices, readings, and meditations.

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Join us via Zoom January 14 – 17 and receive your certification.

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This concentrated program will focus on the Grace, the Dynamics, Content and Process of the Spiritual Exercises and assist those spiritual directors who are presently or who desire to give the 19th Annotation.  Emphasis will be placed on the role of the Spiritual Director, as well as the essential elements of Discernment.

If you are a certified spiritual director or are currently in a program, you are eligible to participate in this training program.

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