The following course/s are not  Epiphany Group training courses but EG members may be  involved in offering them as supportive to the Ignatian ministry of Spiritual Direction and Accompaniment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

St Bueno’s Courses & Retreats

 

 

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The  Ignatian Spirituality Centre in  Glasgow runs training courses  with very similar content to the Epiphany Group , as well as other  CPD and retreat  events for those trained in spiritual accompaniment.

 

Contemplative Retreats in the Way of Franz Jalics SJ    
also known as the
Gries Path of Prayer

 

2022 

Residential Contemplative Retreats in the Way of Franz Jalics SJ at:

  • Augustine’s Priory, House of Prayer, Old Colwyn Contact the Administrator:                                                                                                             Email: enquiries@houseofprayer.org.uk or Telephone: 01492 514223
  • 28th March-6th April.
  • 20th-29th June.
  • 19th-28th September.

 

  • Rita’s Retreat Centre, Honiton, Devon
  • 5th-14th May.

Contact: Joanna Price at  Plymouth Diocesan Ignatian Spirituality Group   diocesan-ignatian-retreats@prcdtr.org.uk

 

  • Beuno’s Jesuit Spirituality Centre, Denbighshire:
  • 4th-13th August.

Contact: info@beunos.com      or Tel: 01745 583444

  • The Briery Retreat Centre, Ilkley, W. Yorks:
  • 15th-23rd November.                                                 

Contact: briery@btconnect.com       or Tel: 01943 607287

For any further information, please do not hesitate to contact

 Sr Mary Dargie           enquiries@houseofprayer.org.uk 

Paddy Rylands             paddyrylands@gmail.com

 

There are many paths to contemplation. I show you just one of them. I’m conscious of the fact that God leads many people to contemplation without any external help. Frequently he uses natural circumstances. A simple life of love, some years on a sickbed, a brush with death, the leaving of one’s homeland in order to live among the poor, and other events can lead to contemplation. I also deeply respect the non-Christian ways of contemplation. And there are in the Catholic Church itself many other introductions into contemplation. I do not want to exalt my way above others. On the contrary, I am very happy that they exist and I appreciate them. I myself have walked the way I describe: should it help someone else to find his or her way I am satisfied.

Franz  Jalics. Contemplative Retreat. P 6.