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Spiritual Formation & Practices

That which you are seeking is seeking you.
~ Rumi

We welcome you as you begin or continue your journey toward spiritual openness and wholeness. Spirituality is a way of being open to the sacred, the self, the other, and the whole of creation. We offer spiritual formation experiences for seekers and spiritual directorsFaith leaders and laypeople from all faith traditions seek transformation in this place, where together we learn to recognize the Holy within ourselves and others. For those who seek spiritual direction through life change and spiritual growth, you will find that here, too.

To explore your spirituality, we invite you to start wherever you are on your path. Our spiritual formation programs, retreats, intensives, and practices can support you on your journey and help you nurture and deepen your spirituality by providing needed mentors, a community of seekers, resources, programs, prayer experiences, and the works of holy people who have gone before you. To begin exploring, we invite you to participate in the Foundations in Spirituality course. If you are called to be a Spiritual Director, consider joining our online Spiritual Director Practicum.

 

 

Spiritual Formation | "Suffering and brokenness have meaning...if we accept our own brokenness with lovingkindness we can draw closer to the truth, to God, and to our higher selves - these are our blessings. One feeds the other." - Sandra Mitchell, coach, writer, marketer | Dominican Center Marywood at Aquinas College, Grand Rapids, MI

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Everything is as it Should Be

Foundations in Spirituality

Strengthen your understanding of spirituality and open your heart to a deeper spiritual life.

Spiritual Director Practicum

Explore our education and formation program to become a spiritual director.

Ignatian Retreat

See God’s presence in your daily life.

Receive Spiritual Direction + Other Spiritual Practices

Rest in Divine presence and grow in intimacy with God.