Summer Programs on Ignatian Retreat Giving & Spiritual Direction 2008

CENTER FOR IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY (PHIL) AND LOYOLA SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY invites you to the SUMMER PROGRAMS on Ignatian Retreat Giving & Spiritual Direction

The Center for Ignatian Spirituality, Phil. is offering a progressive series of courses committed to the development of qualified givers of individually guided Ignatian retreats. Participants may take any ofthe four modules provided that the prerequisites have been fulfilled.

All modules may be credited at three (3) units per module for those who will take the option of earning credit for the degree course in Spirituality and Retreat Directing at Loyola School of Theology.

RESERVATION FORM

I am interested to participate in the following module/s:
____ Foundations for Directed Retreat
____ Fundamentals of Directed Retreat Giving
____ Supervised Retreat Giving Experience
____ Seminar on Giving the Spiritual Exercises
Mod IV-A ____ Mod IV-B ____ Mod IV-C ____
____ Preached Retreat Animation in Ignatian Spiritual Exercises
(PRAISE)
Full Name:____________________________________________________________
Nickname: _____________________ Birth date: /M/______ /D/______ /Y/______
Sex: _______ Religion: _______________ Occupation: _____________________
Home address: ____________________________________________________________________
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Office address: ____________________________________________________________________
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Position/Rank:_________________________________________________________
E-mail address:_______________________________________________________
Land phone: _______________________ Mobile:_____________________________ If member of a religious order, what congregation do you belong to?___________________________________________________________________
No. of years in the congregation/community: _____________________________
If lay, single or married? _____________ No. of children: ______________
Have you attended any retreats in the past? Yes _____ No ____
____ Group ___ Individual; When?__________________ How long? _____________
Name of retreat director/directress: ____________________________________
Have you received any spiritual direction in the past? _________________
If Yes: With whom? _____________________________ How long? _____________
Have you participated in any CIS program or any training in SpiritualDirection? Yes _____ No ____
Which program/s? ___________________________________________________________________
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Reason for participating in the program/s:______________________________________
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Indicate what type of accommodations you prefer:
Single occupancy ____ Double occupancy ____
Please indicate if you have diet restrictions:
_____________________________________________________________________
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Please complete this form and mail or fax to CIS (Phil), (Refer toaddress/fax number below). Upon submission, CIS will contact you for interview and other requirements for application. Upon acceptance intothe program, please confirm your participation by paying the required non-refundable fee. (See below for details and schedule of fees. Make checks payable to Center for Ignatian Spirituality.)

For Reservation and Inquiries:

CENTER FOR IGNATIAN SPIRITUALITY (PHIL)
Spiritual Pastoral Center, Seminary Road
Ateneo de Manila University Campus
Loyola Heights, 1108 Quezon City
Telephone: 426-4250/51 Fax: 426-4250
Email: cis@cisphil.org
Website: http://www.cisphil.org/

LOYOLA SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY
Ateneo de Manila University Campus
Loyola Heights, 1108 Quezon City
Mail: P.O. Box 240, U.P. Post Office, 1144 Quezon City
Telephone: 426-6430 to 35 Fax: 426-5967

SUMMER PROGRAMS 2008

Module I
Foundations for Directed Retreat

An interior life grounded in authentic prayer and a profound experience of God are paramount in building one's competency in retreat giving. This course is for persons who have no personal experience of an individually guided retreat. It seeks to provide the participants an opportunity to:
1) experience God and God's love
2) notice and relish one's experience of God
3) develop the ability to pray affectively and relationally
4) become acquainted with Ignatian prayer methods
5) increase one's sensitivity to one's interior reactions/affective responses to God's presence in one's life
6) become familiar with the dimensions and dynamics involved in thedevelopment of one's relationship with God

Course Features:

Orientation to Prayer
Five-day Individually Directed Silent RetreatAppropriation

Module II
Fundamentals of Directed Retreat Giving

This course endeavors to equip the participants with the basics of directed retreat giving. Particularly designed for those who wish to undergo a systematized training in directed retreat-giving, this program aims to help participants to:
1) become acquainted with the nature, focus, and scope of spiritual direction as well as issues related the dynamics of spiritual direction
2) learn basic helper skills

Course Features:

The Life of Ignatius of Loyola and the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola
The Nature of Spiritual Direction, Religious Experience, Contemplative Model of Spiritual Direction, Discernment of Spirits, Blocks/Resistances in the Spiritual Direction Process
Models of Development: Psycho-social, Psycho-sexual,Moral and Faith Ethical Issues
Basic Helper Skills, Supervision, Retreat Framework

Module III
Supervised Retreat Giving Experience

This module provides an opportunity for retreat directors-in-training to guide persons through a five-day silent retreat during the LentenTriduum. It aims to help participants:
1) acquire an experience in directed retreat giving
2) gain personal experience of supervised retreat givingModule IV Seminar on Giving the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola
(Prerequisite: Modules II and III or equivalent program, and 8-DayRetreat or 19th Annotation Retreat or 30-Day Retreat.)

Intended to present an opportunity for participants to aquire aworking knowledge of the specific sections and texts of the Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius, this advance module aims to help theparticipants to develop a more adequate understanding of the Exercises.
Mod IV-A: The Annotations and the First Week of the Spiritual Exercises
Mod IV-B: The Second Week of the Spiritual Exercises
Mod IV-C: The Third and Fourth Weeks of the Spiritual Exercises

Module V
Preached Retreat Animation in Ignatian Spiritual Exercises

This course is intended to provide participants with the skills to design and give recollections and preached retreats as well as the know-how and skills of small group discussion facilitation.

Course Features:
General Profile of Youth and Adult Sectors of Society
Principles of Adult Learning Design and Presentation of Modules
Evaluation of Design and Presentation Skills
Give Preached Retreats According to Themes of the Spiritual Exercises

Program Venue
SACRED HEART NOVITIATE
Jesuit Retreat House and and Seminar Center
P.O. Box 172, Novaliches, 1147 Quezon City, Philippines
Tel: 939-5060 / 461-7453 Tel/Fax: 939-5069
Email: shretreat@yahoo.com

Dates and Costing: Summer Programs on Ignatian Retreat Giving
Module I
(Limited to 20 participants only)
Dates: February 27; 5pm-March 6, 2008; 5pm
Program cost: (includes tuition fee and board and lodging)
PhP 8,900.00 (single occupancy)

Module II
(Prerequisite: Module I or any equivalent program)
Dates: March 7; 5pm-March 18, 2008; 5pm
Program cost: (includes tuition fee and board and lodging)
PhP 15,000.00 (double occupancy) orPhP 15,400.00 (single occupancy)

Module III
(Prerequisite: Modules I and II or any equivalent program)
With Practicum:
Dates: March 14; 5pm-March 25, 2008; 5pm
Program cost: (includes tuition fee and board and lodging)
PhP 15,800.00 (double occupancy) orPhP 16,300.00 (single occupancy)

Without Practicum:
Dates: March 19; 5pm-March 25, 2008; 5pm
Program cost: (includes tuition fee and board and lodging)
PhP 8,600.00 (double occupancy) orPhP 9,000.00 (single occupancy)

Module IV-A
Dates: March 26; 5pm-March 29, 2008; 5pm
Program cost: (includes tuition fee and board and lodging)
PhP 5,900.00 (single occupancy)

Module IV-B
Dates: March 29; 5pm-April 4, 2008; 5pm
Program cost: (includes tuition fee and board and lodging)
PhP 7,400.00 (single occupancy)

Module IV-C
Dates: April 4; 5pm-April 8, 2008; 5pm
Program cost: (includes tuition fee and board and lodging)
PhP 4,400.00 (single occupancy)

PRAISE
Dates: April 8; 5pm-April 11, 2008; 5pm
Program cost: (includes tuition fee and board and lodging)
Php 4,400.00 (single occupancy)

Full attendance in each module applied for is required for Certificate of Completion.

Limited partial scholarships available: requests for scholarship mustbe in written form addressed to Fr. Celerino M. Reyes, SJ, CIS ExecutiveDirector

Deadline for application is on January 30, 2008.Applicants may be interviewed by CIS Staff.

Upon acceptance into the program, please confirm your participation bypaying 30% non-refundable registration fee.(Make checks payable to Center for Ignatian Spirituality.)

You may also deposit to:
Acct No. 3081-1105-56 BPI Loyola Katipunan
Acct Name: Center for Ignatian Spirituality
Fax the deposit slip to 426-4250

N.B. For participants who will take the option of earning credit for the degree course in Spirituality and Retreat Directing, all courses will be credited.

All modules will be held at Sacred Heart Retreat House and Seminar Center. San Jose Seminary will also be a venue for the Holy Week Retreat which forms part of module III. The environment provides a conducive setting for silent prayer and private reflection. Room accommodations are Spartan with natural ventilation and commonbathrooms.

THE CIS TEAM:
Fr. Earl Barredo, SJ (Assistant Director)
Fr. Junjun Borres, SJ
Sch. Ron Duñgo, SJ
Ms. Eva Galvey
Mrs. Tina Mossesgeld (Programs Officer)
Fr. Cel Reyes, SJ (Executive Director)
Sch. Atoy Salazar, III, SJ
Marie Sandrino (Administrative Asst.)
Joy Drilon-Panti (Programs Asst.)