Faber Takes Three! A Weekly Reflection Sponsored by the Faber Center for Ignatian Spirituality

Each week the Faber Center website will sponsor a reflection offered by a diverse group of friends and colleagues from around the Marquette community who come from different faith traditions and beliefs.

Week of March 29 Reflection

Dr. William Henk, dean of the College of Education, reflects that it's not just the students who benefit from the transformational education and spiritual culture at Marquette, but also the faculty, staff and administrators who can avail themselves to the many opportunities offered to help them transform their own faith lives.

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Week of March 22 Reflection

Mrs. Kate Trevey, coordinator for student organizations and leadership in the Office of Student Development, reflects on walking with students and helping them to become more fully aware of who they are who God is calling them to be.

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Week of March 15 Reflection

Rev. J. J. O'Leary, associate director in the Faber Center for Ignatian Spirituality and chaplain to the Dental School, notes the distinction between "Jesuit" spirituality and "Ignatian" spirituality and reflects on the Spiritual Exercises as being the heart of Ignatian spirituality.

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Week of March 8 Reflection

Dr. Robert (Bob) Deahl, dean, College of Professional Studies and assistant professor of Theology, reflects on working with the adult learners in the College and teaching them the importance of developing reflective strategies for leadership excellence.

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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.