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All are invited to attend a complimentary luncheon and panel presentation of faculty, staff and students who will share their experiences of the Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius of Loyola.  The event will take place Thursday (May 5) from noon to 1 p.m. in Grupp Fireside Lounge.

Sharing their experience of “Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Life” (SEEL) with the completion of the Jesuit 30 Day Retreat gradually over eight months are: Sandra Estanek, PhD; Matt Mulville; Deborah Winslow-Schaber; Danielle LaMarre; Barbara Wozniak; Justine Price, PhD; Terri Mangione, PhD; Eileen Abbatoy; Rachel Flammer and Hunter Dudkiewicz.

Sharing their experience of “The First Experience,” the more flexible and somewhat less demanding way of praying, are: Michele Marable, PhD; Lisa Fischer; Erica Sammarco and Sharon Kasperczyk.

A third group, participants in the Ignatian Urban Scholars Program, will share how they have regularly done the Examen Of Consciousness or the Online Three-Minute Retreat, and how this has affected their lives and their decisions to work with high-needs students.  They are Theresa Ansbrow, Colleen Kielich, Bridget McPhelin, Lauren VanWie and Allyson Matlock.

Please RSVP to Lisa Fischer  Come and take time to hear the impact that the Spiritual Exercises have had the our campus community.

For more information, contact Rev. Thomas Colgan, S.J. at Ext. 2488.

Submitted by:  Lisa Fischer, executive associate to the vice president for academic affairs, academic affairs