Video of Ignatian Spirituality Workshop, Nov. 4, 2017
On Nov. 4, 2017, we offered an Ignatian spirituality workshop called "Adult Psychological Development and Spiritual Maturity: Ignatian Spirituality Across the Life Cycle." The event was co-sponsored by Le Moyne College.
The video of the workshop is available below. Thank you to Fr. David McCallum, SJ, for presenting this workshop, and thank you to Le Moyne College for co-sponsoring and hosting this event.
Below are links to the supporting materials for this workshop:
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