Spiritual formation built on the word of God promotes and
strengthens that fundamental conversion that places God,
and not oneself, at the center of one’s life.
Openness to this ongoing conversion is
a prerequisite for fruitful spiritual formation
Co-Workers in the Vineyard of the Lord p.38
what is the difference between Religion and Spirituality?
provides daily reflections, Stations of the Cross, Praying Lent 2018, online retreats, etc.
Seven Schools of Great Catholic Spirituality
(1) Desert (2) Monastic (3) Mendicant (4) Carmelite (5) Ignatian (6) Salesian (7) Vincentian
U.S. Catholic Faith in Real Life
offers a fresh and balanced take on the issues that matter most in our world, adding a faith perspective to suchchallenges as poverty, education, family life, and pop culture.
Escritos y Reflexiones de Ron Rolheiser.OMI
Es espcialista en espiritualidad y teología sistemática. Aqui te presentamos algunos de sus reflexiones.
LOCAL RETREAT OPPORTUNITIES
Catholic Conference and Formation Center
A ministry of the diocese providing facilities for retreats, conferences, days of recollection, seminars and ecumenical programs.
Montserrat Jesuit Retreat House
Programs: Spiritual exercises of St Ignatius offered in silent retreats for men, women, couples, and groups; Ignatian retreat-workshops for faith development and formation
Nazareth Retreat Center
Provides Spiritual direction for individuals and retreat and reflection opportunities led by the Sisters
St. Mount Carmel Center
An informal institute of Christian spirituality conducted by the Discalced Carmelite Friars, offering lectures and courses in spirituality, summer residential programs, group and private retreats
The source and heart of ministry is the personal experience
of God's gracious gift of love in Christ and through his Spirit.
Called and Gifted for Third Millenium (N.11)
National Conference of Catholic Bishops
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