October 4-6, 2022
An Ignatian, Silent Midweek Retreat for Women
This retreat will follow the general themes and flow of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius, but in a very experiential manner, with emphasis upon holy desires, gratitude, self-assessment, cooperation with the Lord, trust, relationships, and amazement at the hope and strength God’s grace gives to us.
Groups Attending: Individuals
Richard is a native of Cincinnati, entered the Society of Jesus in 1964, and was ordained in 1975. He has served as vocation director, novice director, pastor, and provincial superior. More recently he worked in Africa for fourteen years: six years as director of Ignatian programming and faculty member at the Jesuit Arrupe University in Harare, Zimbabwe, and eight years as co-director of a renewal program for Jesuits before they pronounce final vows located in Cape Coast, Ghana, and in Nairobi, Kenya. He’s currently based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and works as a regional vocation director for the Jesuits of the Midwest Province, and gives various talks and retreats related to Ignatian spirituality.