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Here is a list of Ignatian resources from OIS and our partners across the Ignatian community designed to accompany you on your spiritual journey through Lent.

Programs and Retreats

Jesuit Connections and Charis invite young adults (20’s and 30’s) to engage in this time of introspection, prayer and selfless giving through weekly, online small group gatherings on either Mondays or Wednesdays. Audio reflections and readings will be provided for prayer and discussion. Sign up for a small group!

Not a young adult? All are invited to pray and reflect alongside OIS’s young adult community during Lent. The audio reflections and readings are available to all who wish to join in prayer. They will be available to listen to or download here each week. You can also sign up to receive them in your inbox.

Lent is also a great time to make an Ignatian retreat, check out OIS’s calendar of upcoming retreats, or contact a Jesuit retreat house to find out what is available.

Ways to Pray

Growing in Friendship with God this Lent – Pray with these meditations by Fr. William Barry, SJ, for the Wednesdays of Lent, accompanied by a reflection by the IgnatianSpirituality.com dotMagis bloggers.

The Jesuit Conference has put together an Ignatian Guide to Lent — learn about Lent and about Ignatian spirituality through the lived experiences of fellow practitioners in this video series.

Enter into a visual prayer experience this Lent with Arts & Faith: Lent. Each week, IgnatianSpirituality.com provides a video commentary about a work of art inspired by the Sunday Scriptures. Use these videos to take a new look at this season of spiritual renewal through the lens of sacred art.

The Ignatian Examen

From Ashes to Glory invites you to take up the practice of reflecting on your day, its gifts and graces, and the progress you are making in life with Christ. It’s a way of praying the Examen through Lent, with materials by Fr. Joseph Tetlow, SJ. (IgnatianSpirituality.com)

Steadfast: A Call to Love – During Lent, in these turbulent times, how can we persevere in our work for justice with a steadfast spirit, rooted in love? The Ignatian Solidarity Network is inviting writers from the Jesuit and broader Catholic network to reflect on this question. (This series is also available in Spanish.)

Spirituality and Justice

Join Jesuit Refugee Services/USA in their Lenten challenge, 400 Minutes 4 Refugees, by offering moments of your day to prayer, fasting, and almsgiving in solidarity with refugees.

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