The Discover Phase: 1L Retreat
September 9 - 10
Cost: $50. Please contact email@example.com if you seek financial assistance
The Discovery Phase retreat is an opportunity open to all first-year Georgetown Law Center students to relax and reflect as you begin your law school journey together. The retreat will be a chance to get away to a beautiful place to get to know your classmates better. You will be invited to know yourself more deeply and to find sources of wisdom, sanity, and strength for your journey through law school. Though indebted to Ignatian spirituality, this retreat will not be explicitly religious and people of any faith tradition or of none will be welcome
Located in the beautiful Blue Ridge mountains of Virginia the Calcagnini Contemplative Center is a wonderful place to unwind and enjoy nature. Close to the Appalachian trail there are miles of hiking trails and many ways to wonder and to wander.
Food will be provided and a bus (departing from 600 New Jersey Avenue in front of McDonough) will take us to and from the Calcagnini Contemplative Center. For financial assistance please contact Fr. Rourke: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Law and Graduate Ignatian Fall Retreat:
Be Still & Know: A Retreat in the Ignatian Tradition
Two Ways To Attend:
October 14-15 ($50)
October 14-16 ($100)
Please contact email@example.com if you seek financial assistance.
This retreat is an opportunity for all Georgetown graduate students to explore their relationship and image of God through an Ignatian lens. Participants will be invited to reflect and pray, into some periods of silence and into opportunities for sharing and rest. While this retreat is grounded in Ignatian spirituality, it is open to people of all faith traditions and those who have none.
Located in the beautiful Blue Ridge mountains of Virginia, Georgetown's Calcagnini Contemplative Center is a wonderful place to reflect, pray and enjoy creation, God's first book. Close to the Appalachian trail, there are miles of hiking trails and many ways to wonder and to wander.
You have the choice to stay one night or two. The first day will be a more guided schedule and the second will be less so, giving you time to rest more, hike or even study in a beautiful environment.
Accommodations requests related to a disability should be made by October 12 to Mary Novak (firstname.lastname@example.org). Alcohol will be served on Friday, October 14 from 9:00-10:00 PM.
Prayer and Daily Life at the Law School
Oct 30 - Nov 4
The Prayer in Daily Life at the Law School Retreat allows individuals to experience the dynamics of Ignatian prayer in the course of ordinary life. The retreat opens and closes with refreshments and a time for individual and group prayer and reflection. During the opening participants will meet with their directors and receive pertinent materials for the retreat. It is very important to be present at both the Sunday and Friday sessions. Each day during the week, participants commit to 30 minutes of individual prayer with scripture and 30 minutes of reflection with a director to talk about the day's prayer experience. The retreat is open to students, alumni, faculty, and staff of any faith background.
If you have any questions, please contact Mary Novak at email@example.com or 202.662.9295.