Friday, 21 November 2014

Spiritual Exercises at the London Spirituality Centre

To the Greater Glory of God  and the salvation of humanity

This edition of the newsletter is dedicated to coming events that look at the Spiritual Exercises (with thanks to the Catholic Catalogue for this great image).

Spiritual Exercises

Developing Direction Series
Revisiting the Spiritual Exercises: is there anything new?

Friday 5 December 11am - 4pm 

Led by Susanne Carlsson
Cost is £40
A day to explore the Spiritual Exercises within the context of on going spiritual direction. Previous knowledge of the exercises is helpful but not essential.
More details and reserve your place here

The Revd Susanne Carlsson
Susanne was ordained priest in the Church of Sweden. She is the spiritual adviser for Rochester Diocese and has 12 years of experience of community life with the Sisters of St Andrew. She is engaged in retreats, spiritual direction and training in both Sweden and England.


Pancakes and Prayer?
An open evening introduction to the Ignatian Spirituality Course has just been announced.
Shrove Tuesday, 17 February 2015
6.30 - 8pm
Join us at 6pm for tea / coffee and pancakes

The Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius of Loyola and the Art of Spiritual Direction

The Ignatian Spirituality Course offers a formation into the tradition of Christian Spiritual Direction underpinned by the wisdom of Ignatius of Loyola (1491-1556) and the Spiritual Exercises. Much more than 'praying with the imagination', Ignatian spirituality embraces the multiplicity of ways that people find themselves in God.

More information may be found by following these two links:


Monday 8 December 5.45 - 7.30pm
Open Soul Sapce
The last Open Soul Space of 2014 will be held on the 2nd Monday in December.

Dates for Open Soul Space 2015
have been announced

Second Mondays monthly (except August)
follow this link for more details

More than just events:
website features you may not yet have discovered

Structured Supervision is offered at the Centre, and training in supervision is periodically offered. We follow the guidelines established by the  Association for Pastoral Supervisors and Educators (APSE), which are published on this page of our website. 

Conference and Call for Papers
Spirituality and Popular Culture / Arts
26 January 2015, Centre for Spirituality Studies,
University of Hull

This research seminar will discuss questions of spirituality in popular and artistic contexts. For full details, follow this link to the web page

And a reminder that giving to the Centre is effortless - and free - if you route your online shopping through easyfundraising. 

The Church of St Edmund, the home to the Spirituality Centre is open from Monday to Friday from 10.30am to 4.00pm offering a peaceful and contemplative resource.
There is the labyrinth that may be walked; quiet areas for reading and prayer; second hand books for sale; and refreshments.
The Church is closed from December 19 to January 5 inclusive.

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