Pondering what God may be calling you to do about a next step in life? Or looking to better discern God's will in choices you make every day? Led by Marilyn Nash, Ignatian Companions in Discernment offers small groups of companions to help you apply principles of Ignatian discernment to your life decisions, developing a deeper practice of discernment. The series is open to people of all ages and backgrounds, and small groups will be organized by stage of life.
Meetings are held on the first Monday of the month from February to June, from 6:30-9:30 p.m., at St. Joseph Parish Center, 732 18th Avenue East, Seattle. The registration deadline is February 1.
Prerequisite: Completion of an ISC Discernment Series, participation in Discernment 101 on January 23 , 2017 (fee will be applied to this series), or an equivalent experience in Ignatian discernment.
Be in a small group with other young adults ages 21-15, and receive a reduced rate. Click "young adult only" group at registration. Minimum: 6
Cost: $175 for 5 monthly gatherings due by Wednesday, February 1st.
Young Adult Rate (ages 21-35): $100. Partial work scholarships and payment plans available.
Gonzaga University has hired Jacob H. Rooksby, JD, PhD, as the new dean of Gonzaga University School of Law. He will start his term on June 1. Rooksby succeeds Dean Jane Korn, who began her tenure in 2011.
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