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Exposing Jesuit Ignatius Loyola Spiritual Exercises, "Spiritual Formation"

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We will be exposing Spiritual Formation, using the Book "Relational Christianity" author Steve Meeks.

Bio:   Steve Meeks, Senior Pastor
Steve Meeks has served as Senior Pastor of Calvary since October 1984. He is the author of three books, Relational Christianity, The Last Great Revival and Incarnational Christianity. He is a graduate of Louisiana State University and received his Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. His ministry focuses on intimacy with God and spiritual formation. Source link Click here

The below text comes right from "Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley" Source Link click here

Spiritual Formation
The Jesuit School of Theology’s mission statement highlights the importance of integral formation: “The Jesuit School of Theology achieves its mission through the academic, pastoral and personal formation of Jesuits and other candidates for ministry, ordained and lay, in the Roman Catholic Church.” Scholarship, teaching, and research are all understood as a form of ministry and should have, depending upon the program and the interest of the student, a dimension of formation.

The Jesuit School of Theology spiritual formation programs serve personal and ministerial development through prayer days, retreats, faith sharing groups, spiritual direction, and liturgical prayer.

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