Campus Ministry exists as a resource to support the spiritual and holistic human development of Seattle University's graduate and law student population. We recognize that graduate and law students face a host of unique challenges, and we are eager to connect with you during your time at SU.
Join fellow students from across programs for an evening of reflection hosted by Campus Ministry. In the midst of a challenging year, this mini-retreat will invite participants to slow down and reflect as they arrive halfway through the quarter. We will introduce the Ignatian Examen to guide our reflection. The Examen can help us discern new invitations in our lives that move us towards a heightened capacity for love, spiritual freedom, and hope.
The evening will consist of opportunities to engage with various prayer and reflection practices, including silent reflection, small group sharing, and embodied prayer.
Regardless of religious background, all are welcome to join, especially those with an openness to deepening one’s reflective experience through the Ignatian tradition.
This program is free to attend!
Questions? Contact: Megan Kush, Campus Minister, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you a post-grad service alum? - This includes: AmeriCorps, ACE, Peace Corps, Jesuit Volunteer Corps, City Year, L’Arche, Teach for America and so much more (faith-based or not). We are constantly creating a network of post-grad volunteers in our SU community who could also support undergraduate students who have committed to or are thinking about applying to a post-grad service program. Please fill out this form to share your name and program affiliation.