Lord, Teach Me to Pray is a three-part prayer series, rooted in Ignatian spirituality and designed to help women and men learn how to pray. The three parts are taken in succession. Each part is a prerequisite for the next part.
This is a 12-week program that introduces Ignatian prayer and spirituality in the way that St. Ignatius himself introduced people; i.e., by structuring their initial prayer experience around the Christian Virtues—which Saint Ignatius used to re-enforce each participants’ prayer life. Sessions are conducted in a small group experience with two trained facilitators.
Each group will meet for one to two hours, once a week for prayer, faith sharing and introduction to the methods of Ignatian prayer. Everyone will receive Scriptures on the virtues to use in prayerful reading daily at home for 15 minutes of private prayer.
|Session 1||Christian Faith|
|Session 2||Christian Hope|
|Session 3||Christian Love|
|Session 4||Christian Humility|
|Session 5||Christian Poverty|
|Session 6||Christian Chastity|
|Session 7||Christian Obedience|
|Session 8||Christian Patience|
|Session 9||Christian Courage|
|Session 10||Christian Perseverance|
|Session 11||Christian Friendship|
|Session 12||Christian Wisdom|
Those participating in Part 1 may, if they choose, continue in the Fall of 2019 with Part II to Lord Teach Me To Pray, in which you will gain experience of praying the full Ignatian exercises written by St. Ignatius of Loyola.
Men will meet weekly at Nativity School on Thursdays from 7:00 to 9:00 pm starting January 17, 2019. Sign-up below or by contacting Pat Daugherty at 703-851-9454 or email@example.com