January 22-24, 2021
An Ignatian, Silent Weekend Retreat for Men
We find the movement, the presence of God in our ordinary day-to-day lives. Our relationships, jobs, worries, anxieties, hurts, joys, solitudes, all form the canvas in which God moves. Ignatian Contemplation encourages the use of our five senses to actively taste, touch, smell, hear and see God. In this retreat, we will make use of Ignatian contemplation to come to know God/Jesus/Spirit in the concrete experience of our life. During this retreat we will make use of our senses. We want to seek to know the smell of God, the taste of the Spirit, the glance of Jesus, the sound and taste of God's movement, experiencing God's care and perspective on our lives!
Groups Attending: Individuals
Fr. Jeff Putthoff, SJ is a Jesuit priest. He is deeply interested in creating communities of healing, empowering young people, brain health, and finding God in all things. He has worked as a high school teacher, associate pastor, executive director and high school president, using his unique experience in organizational dynamics, leadership, brain health and Ignatian spirituality, applying it to youth education and organizational life. He is a retreat leader and a director of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola deeply desiring to help others connect to God. He is a gifted national speaker on trauma-informed care, organizational dynamics, youth formation, Ignatian spirituality and leadership.