Who was St. Ignatius?  What was his faith journey like? What is his spirituality about?  If you are interested in learning more about Ignatian Spirituality or want to deepen your knowledge, join fellow faculty and staff as we encounter St. Ignatius and come to appreciate his contributions to spirituality.  It will be a time to learn, discuss, and reflect on Ignatian Spirituality.  Please come to one or all.  This four-part series meets monthly at the Faber Center, Noon-1:00 p.m.  Register  at 288-4545 or FaberCenter@marquette.edu.  A light lunch will be served.

 

The spiritual dimension of life is connected to a person’s overall wellness.  Having a spiritual connection to God or one’s Higher Power fosters hope resilience, clarity of purpose, and greater happiness. Please join us for this lunch time conversation to discuss the connections and benefits spirituality has with health.  A light lunch will be served.  Register by Wednesday, January 22, at FaberCenter@marquette.edu.

  • Friday, January 24, 2014, Noon – 1:00 p.m.
  • Raynor Memorial Libraries, Conference Center, Beaumier Suite “A”
  • Facilitated by Kristin Kipp, Wellness Coordinator and Michael Dante, Director, Faber Center

 

We welcome you to join us in our discussion of Jesuit Fr. Michael Sparough’s book, What’s Your Decision?: How to Make Choices with Confidence and Clarity: An Ignatian Approach to Decision Making.  James Muraski from the College of Business Administration and Michael Dante of the Faber Center will facilitate this discussion group to further break open the decision making process in light of an Ignatian approach.  Register by Wednesday, February 12, at 288-4545 or FaberCenter@marquette.edu.  A light lunch will be served. 

 

Pope Francis’s papacy has drawn tremendous global attention and interest. His historic interview in American Magazine, daily tweets, and YouTube videos have captured the hearts and Imaginations of millions. 

Please join fellow faculty and staff to reflect upon and share our experiences of this Pope in an informal setting.  If you are interested in reading his interview or letter, “The Joy of the Gospel,” please go to http://www.mu.edu/faber/Francis.  Refreshments will be served.  RSVP to FaberCenter@marquette.edu or by calling 288-4545. 

 

  • Tuesdays, February 18, March 18 (CANCELLED) and April 15, 2014
  • 3:30 – 4:30 p.m., Faber Center, Schroeder Complex 111
  • Facilitated by Michael Dante, Director and Monica Meagher, Spiritual Director in Residence

 

During this season of prayer, we invite you to join fellow faculty and staff for a lunch time Bible study group.  The Book of Isaiah provides us with examples of God’s comforting love as this ancient prophet speaks to an exiled people.  This will be a time to read, study and reflect on how we will respond to this same love which has been given to each of us.  Register by Monday, March 10, at 288-4545 or FaberCenter@marquette.edu.  A light lunch will be served.

 

We invite all members of the Marquette University community to join with the community at Repairers of the Breach - a day shelter run by and for the homeless of Milwaukee - for a light lunch, prayer and reflection.  This informal gathering provides time for sharing good conversation and food for body and soul with our neighbors at Repairers as we are led in the African process method of reflecting on scripture. All faith traditions are welcome.

 

The Faber Center library offers a selection of many books by numerous authors for your reading and/or spiritual education and refreshment.  All books are included in the Raynor Memorial Libraries on-line catalog, MARQCAT, and are located in the Faber Center, Schroeder Complex, Room 111. For a complete list, arranged alphabetically by author, please see www.marquette.edu/faber under the “Resource Links.” Call 288-4545 with any questions and/or to arrange pick up of book/s.

 

 

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Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius

The exercises are a pathway to recognizing God's activity in our deepest desires and growing in unity with God. Emerging from the experience of St. Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus, the Exercises provide a structured opportunity to mature in spiritual freedom and make choices that are responsive to God's call in one's life.