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Week of Guided Prayer and Exercises in Daily Life
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During Advent and Lent, the Chaplaincy offers guidance to students and staff to help deepen one’s prayer life and one’s relationship with God. This experience is offered over a period of 10 days. It is done on a personal level with a spiritual companion – either a Jesuit Chaplain or a lay person, trained in spiritual accompaniment. You will meet your companion everyday of the week and explore passages in the Bible as well as different methods of prayer, as you walk your own personal journey. Below are some experiences.

You can also ask us to organise your own week of guided prayer throughout the year, when you feel it necessary for you.

Ready to embark on this week-long but long-lasting journey? Contact us if you’re interested or keep a look out for more information, closer to date.

"I find these weeks of guided prayer to be landmarks during the year, because they pull my spiritual life again from the dumps, which it sometimes falls into because of the daily rush and worries!" Marthese, staff.

"I never knew that I could pray using my imagination – I always thought it was childish – but now I know that it is very powerful. This week will surely keep my prayer life going on longer!" John, student.

Lenten Talks (Eżerċizzi)
Once again, University Chaplaincy will this year be organizing three sets of Lenten Talks.
Sunset - Sunrise Retreat
University Chaplaincy, in collaboration with St Aloysius College 6th Form Chaplaincy, are organizing a sunset/sunrise retreat from the 18th till the 19th of March. 
Last Updated: 20 March 2015

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