Location: CIS Office, Ateneo de Manila University
For twelve (12) consecutive Saturdays, Study Circle participants go through lectures/conferences, case studies, real case spiritual direction demonstrations and workshops aimed at providing basic knowledge, skills and dispositions on spiritual direction and retreat-giving.
This course is designed for those
who wish to discern the call to ministries of accompaniment:
a. A description of your spiritual growth or the development of your relationship with God.
b. Your reasons for wanting to train as a spiritual director/retreat giver.
c. Programs or process, if any that you have undergone in the past three years that have fostered self-awareness and self-understanding.
2. Interview by the CIS Program Director. Interview shall be scheduled upon receipt of application form and personal essay. Phone interview for out of town applicants.
3. Completed Module 1A (Prayer Workshop) and/or experienced at least a 5-day individually-directed retreat, or the Retreat in Daily Life - 19th Annotation. For those without these retreat experiences, a 5-day individually-directed retreat may be scheduled before Module 2B.
4. Recommendation from your community leader, superior or institution's head.
Program Payment :Registration Fee to confirm participation : 30%, upon acceptance into the program.
Fr Silvino L Borres Jr, SJPayments may be deposited to:
Executive Director, CIS Phil.
Account Name : Center for Ignatian Spirituality-Philippines, Inc.Please fax Deposit Slip to 426-4250 or send thru email (email@example.com) and indicate your name and purpose of deposit.
Account No. 3081-1105-56
Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) Loyola Katipunan Branch
Location: Ateneo de Manila University
invites people who cannot take days off from home or work but interested to
experience the Spiritual Exercises. St. Ignatius adapted the Exercises for
people to make a retreat in the midst of their daily life. RDL retreatants
commit themselves to a daily prayer period and regularly meet with a Spiritual
RDL for Beginners (18th Annotation)
The Retreat in Daily Life for Beginners is an adaptation of the Spiritual Exercises and most suitable for those who are starting in their spiritual journey and with the desire to deepen their prayer life. The RDL for Beginners will run for fourteen (14) weeks.
Spiritual Exercises in Daily Life (19th Annotation)
The Spiritual Exercises in Daily Life is for those who experience a compelling desire to know, love, and to pattern their life after Christ. The SpEx in Daily Life run for 35 weeks.
Who May Apply for a Retreat in Daily Life
Requests for scholarships may be considered by the Executive Director.
Applicants for scholarship must submit a letter of request addressed to:
Fr Silvino L Borres Jr, SJ
Executive Director, CIS Phil.
N.B. For those who plan to earn credits for the MA degree course in Spirituality and Retreat Directing, the retreat in daily life fulfills the prerequisite for the course Theo 282.2 Fundamentals of Directed Retreat Giving conducted by CIS in partnership with Loyola School of Theology.
Location: ICM House of Prayer, Baguio
Location: ADDU Community Center, Davao City
Location: Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) Campus
Module 1A: Prayer Workshop: Basic Orientation to Christian and Ignatian Prayer - March 5-6, 2018Module 2: Fundamentals of Ignatian Retreat-Giving and Spiritual Direction in a Community and Institutional Context
Module 1B: Closed Individually-Directed Retreat - March 7-12, 2018 (Sacred Heart Novitiate)
Module 2A: Formation for Prayer Guides - March 14-17, 2018Module 3: Supervised Retreat-Giving Experience 1 (Individually-Directed Retreat Format)
Module 2B: Formation for Spiritual Directors and Retreat Guides - March 19-27, 2018
Review for Module 3 - March 26-27, 2018Module 4A: "Coming Home to our Fundamentum": Exploring the Exercises of the First Week - April 6-14, 2018
Module 3 (Retreat proper and Appropriation) -March 28-April 3, 2018 (Sacred Heart Novitiate)
Location: Sacred Heart Novitiate, Novaliches
Module 1A: Prayer Workshop: Basic Orientation to Christian and Ignatian Prayer - May 4-5, 2018Module 2: Fundamentals of Ignatian Retreat-Giving and Spiritual Direction in a Community and Institutional Context
Module 1B: Closed Individually-Directed Retreat - May 6-11, 2018
Module 2A: Formation for Prayer Guides - May 14-17, 2018Module 3: Supervised Retreat-Giving Experience 1 (Individually-Directed Retreat Format)
Module 2B: Formation for Spiritual Directors and Retreat Guides - May 18-26, 2018
Module 3 with Review - May 25-31, 2018Full attendance in each module is required for release of Certificate of Completion.
Module 3 (Retreat Proper and Appropriation) - May 27-31, 2018
Module 2A: Formation for Prayer Guides - May 30 - June 2, 2018Full attendance in each module is required for release of Certificate of Completion.
Module 2B: Formation for Spiritual Directors and Retreat Guides - June 4-12, 2018