Experiencing God: Our Interior Movements Explained

February 23 - 25, 2024

- Men & Women's Retreat

This retreat will use Ignatian contemplation, imaginative prayer, our senses, and insights from “systems psychology” to foster a more intimate experience in our prayer. We all have parts of us that are sad, joyful, anxious, discouraged, happy, funny, and more. Sharing such interior movements in a familiar way with God is the keystone of Ignatian spirituality and prayer. We hope this retreat will be practical — encouraging our curiosity, our connections, and our compassion for ourselves and for others, with the help of God’s Spirit given us by Christ Jesus.

Retreat Director:

Fr. Jeff Putthoff, SJ

Fr. Jeff Putthoff, SJ has been a Jesuit for over thirty years. He is deeply interested in creating communities of healing, empowering young people, brain health, and finding God in all things. He has worked as a high school teacher, associate pastor, executive director and high school president, using his unique experience in organizational dynamics, leadership, brain health and Ignatian spirituality, applying it to youth education and organizational life. He is a retreat leader and a director of the Spiritual Exercises, deeply desiring to help others connect to God. He is a gifted national speaker on trauma-informed care, organizational dynamics, youth formation, Ignatian spirituality and leadership.


Arrupe Retreat House
Friday, February 23, 2024

Sunday, February 25, 2024

Retreat fee includes private room and all meals during your stay.
Christ the King