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Colegio San Ignacio - Aponte

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Thread: Religious

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Program Title: Spiritual Exercises

Contact Person/Office: Diana Droz diana.droz@sanignacio.pr

School : Colegio San Ignacio

Program Description: Spiritual Exercises are offered to the community, once during each semester of the school year. The program is offered to educators, family members, and friends. Since 2009, seventy (70) individuals have participated.

Rationale: Provide an opportunity to experience the Spiritual Exercises in order to live the faith more fully, and to appreciate the essence of Ignatian education.

Leadership: The program was started with the help of the Curricular Integration Coordinator of the school. Twice a year, Jesuits and lay members have offered guidance to participants off campus.

Implementation: The Curricular Integration Coordinator implemented the Spiritual Exercises Program. The individual spiritual direction is offered by one of the Jesuits of the community.

Processes and Resources: The Spiritual Exercises are scheduled once each semester. Three preparatory meetings are held before the retreat. The individual spiritual direction is organized by the Jesuits.

Finances: School provides financial support as needed.

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Time (When/Length): The program has been in place since 2009. Each preparatory meeting has duration of one hour. The Spiritual Exercises are offered on weekends.

Location (Space):Preparatory meetings on campus.Spiritual Exercises at a retreat house, off-campus.

Accountability/Assessment: There is no formal evaluation tool, but some of the participants continue the Spiritual Exercises on the eight day program.The Spiritual Exercises program is informally assessed by personal conversations with the individuals who participate.

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