September 28-30, 2018
An Ignatian, Silent Weekend Retreat for Women
St. Ignatius understood that each of us - not just a small group of select people - are called to participate with Christ in the building of God’s Kingdom. What does that call look like today? And what does it take for us to respond wholeheartedly to that invitation? This weekend we will explore key elements of the Spiritual Exercises aimed at helping us grow in our response to God’s invitation.
Groups Attending: Individuals, St. John Neumann (St. Charles); Catholic Community of Northbrook; Divine Mercy, Letty and Friends, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Devotion Ministries
Susan Stabile is a spiritual director and retreat leader trained in the Ignatian tradition. She has directed the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius in weekend retreats, extended Retreats in Daily Living and directed retreats, and she has taught a course in the Spiritual Exercises for St. Catherine University’s Masters in Theology Program. In addition to retreat house and parish work, Susan has spent many years offering retreats and other programs of spiritual formation for students, faculty, staff, and alumni of the University of St. Thomas and was the inaugural Director of Spirituality at that university. Susan now serves as a Distinguished Senior Fellow at the St. Thomas University School of Law and as an adjunct Instructor in Theology at St. Catherine University. Susan is the author of numerous publications, including Growing in Love and Wisdom (Oxford University Press 2013). She also authors a blog, Creo en Dios! (susanjoan.wordpress.com), on which she posts spiritual reflections and podcasts.