Courses

Courses at Manresa Jesuit Centre of Spirituality generally run over a number of sessions - weekly, fortnightly or monthly. The time between meetings allows an opportunity for participants to reflect, read, pray and consider their involvement.
Attendance at all sessions of a course a usual expectation, as we have found that the development of content and group relationships are important.
The Diploma in Spirituality (Spiritual direction) course runs over two years and is accredited by Saint Patrick’s College, Maynooth. Applications are received until the end of April for each year’s intake. Read more.
Please note that some courses require application forms, interviews or other forms of application. You will find details on the individual pages.

Expressing the Creative Spirit
We rely a lot on words but sometimes they are not enough: our inner lives, our feelings, our consciousness often need other forms to expression. These four evenings present an opportunity to free...
Expressing the Creative Spirit
We rely a lot on words but sometimes they are not enough: our inner lives, our feelings, our consciousness often need other forms of expression. These four afternoons present an opportunity to free...
Expressing the Creative Spirit
We rely a lot on words but sometimes they are not enough: our inner lives, our feelings, our consciousness often need other forms of expression. These six evenings present an opportunity to free our...
Expressing the Creative Spirit
We rely a lot on words but sometimes they are not enough: our inner lives, our feelings, our consciousness often need other forms of expression. These four evenings present an opportunity to free...
Expressing the Creative Spirit through Art Therapy
We rely a lot on words but sometimes they are not enough: our inner lives, our feelings, our consciousness often need other forms to expression. These evenings present an opportunity to free our...
Graduates’ Day February 2018
The Exercises and Spiritual Direction: the Third and Fourth Weeks This will be the focus for our Spring 2018 Graduates' Day, when Brian Grogan SJ will address the topic.
Graduates’ Day February 2019
The details of the day remain to be confirmed - check back here or sign up for the Graduate Network Newsletter.
Graduates’ Day October 2017
Ignatius’ notes in his Spiritual Exercises were intended to guide the exploratory steps of the retreatant; we may ask how they are of benefit to the spiritual director today. Brendan Comerford SJ...
Graduates’ Day October 2018
The details of the day remain to be confirmed - check back here or sign up for the Graduate Network Newsletter.
I Believe... finding God in the everyday
The 2012 Eucharistic Congress in Dublin was an experience of Christian community, prayer, reflection and celebration for many. People of different ages and outlooks came together from around the...

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