Coffee & Conversation
Informal discussion of Jesuit life:

January 19: Upper East Side, NYC (Fr. Casals)
January 25: Bronx, NY (Fr. Casals)
January 26: Medford, MA (Fr. Nolan)


MORE INFORMATION:
Fr. Bill - umivocpro1@jesuits.org
Fr. Campbell - pcampbell@jesuits.org
Fr. Rudy Casals - rcasals@jesuits.org
Fr. Florio - ueavocations@jesuits.org
Fr. Michael - umivocpro2@jesuits.org
Fr. Pat Nolan - pnolan@jesuits.org

Spiritual Conversation - Santa Clara, CA
Meeting of men discerning about religious life. At SCU, in Santa Clara, CA, from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM. Contact Fr. Chanh: cnguyen@jesuits.org

Spiritual Conversation - Los Angeles, CA
Meeting of men discerning about religious life. At LMU, in Los Angeles, from 10:00AM - 2:00PM. Contact Fr. Chanh: cnguyen@jesuits.org

Spiritual Conversation - Spokane, WA
Meeting of men in discernment about religious life. At Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA, from 10:30 AM - 2:00 PM. Contact Fr. Chanh: cnguyen@jesuits.org

Spiritual Conversation - Seattle, WA
Meeting of men who are discerning about religious life. At Seattle University, in Seattle, WA, from 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM. Contact Fr. Chanh: cnguyen@jesuits.org

The “What Should I Do?” Retreat — Chicago, IL
February 14-15. This retreat will consist of a series of talks given by Jesuits. Each talk will be followed by time for reflection. There is also Eucharistic adoration, Reconciliation, and Mass. Participants will leave the retreat with practical tools for making good decisions. For registration and more information, click here or contact Fr. Michael at umivocpro2@jesuits.org.

Jesuit Silent Directed Retreat – Jesuit Center, Wernersville, PA
March 27-29, 2020 -- Young Catholic men exploring religious and priestly vocations are invited to join the East Coast Jesuit Vocation Team for a weekend of Jesuit/ Ignatian prayer at the beautiful Jesuit Center for Spiritual Growth in Wernersville, PA. www.jesuitcenter.org.

The agenda will include time for communal recreation, private, silent prayer, daily spiritual direction, daily Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, and the opportunity for the sacrament of reconciliation.

Since a vocation is not our will but a calling from God, we must attune ourselves to His Voice so that we can hear His call clearly. As St. Ignatius teaches us, we can better hear God speaking to us in the stillness of our hearts. “Be still and know that I am God." (Psalm 46:10) Contact: ueavocations@jesuits.org