Faculty and Staff Retreats
The Office of Mission & Identity hosts retreats throughout the year for faculty and staff to come together, reflect, and find spiritual refreshment.
The Office of Mission & Identity looks forward to presenting more retreats throughout the year for faculty and staff.
- December 16, 7:30-2:00: Service Spiritual Retreat at Harry Tompson Center for the Unhoused Community in New Orleans followed by lunch at Dooky Chase Restaurant.
- January 6, 7:30-2:00: Service Spiritual Retreat at Harry Tompson Center for the Unhoused Community in New Orleans followed by lunch at Dooky Chase Restaurant.
- January 9, 5PM-January after lunch: Faculty Retreat, Manresa House of Retreats, Convent, LA
- July 9-15, Jesuits Central and Southern Province Colleagues Retreat at the Jesuit Spirituality Center, Grand Coteau, LA
How to Use Your Spiritual Retreat Benefit
The two-day spiritual retreat benefit may be applied to these retreats with the approval of your supervisor.
The Little Lobos Creation Retreat: June 1 at Loyola & Audubon Park. This half-day community-building family retreat uses the framework of Finding God in All Things to engage creation on and near campus.
The Jesuit Colleagues Retreat: July 16-22 at any one of the 5 Central Southern Province Retreat Houses, including Manresa in Convent, Louisiana. The five-day silent retreat uses the framework of the Spiritual Exercises.
The Busy Loyolan Retreat: October 10-12 in Bay St. Louis, MS. A two-day retreat using the framework of the Ignatian Examen exploring the gifts and graces of the year at a deeper level. Space is limited. First come, first served. New participants will be prioritized.