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HR Workshops: Do You Speak Ignatian? Realizing our Deepest Identity
1:30 PM to 3:30 PM
What does it mean to be a Catholic and Jesuit university in a religiously diverse world? More importantly, how might our university’s mission not only inspire our work at Santa Clara, but also enliven our personal lives?
Ignatian spirituality might be described as a hermeneutic, that is, as a way of interpreting and navigating life. Mindful of the diverse faith traditions that comprise and contribute to our university community, this Fall’s “Do You Speak Ignatian?” Program will explore Ignatius Loyola’s experience of God and how his experience might animate our labor on campus and our life beyond.
Through a use of Scripture, Ignatian principles of prayer and Jesuit history, Rob Scholla, S.J. will coordinate this time for reflection, discussion and questions. It is the goal of this program to make “matters of mission” meaningful and genuinely accessible for our life and work.
This program of “Do You Speak Ignatian?” will be offered twice in the Fall Quarter - Wednesday, October 2 from 1:30 to 3:30pm and again on Thursday, December 5 from 9 to 11am.
This session will be facilitated by Rob Scholla, S.J. from the Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education
475 El Camino Real
Manresa Learning Center