Ignatian Discernment: It's Roots and Practices

Cardiac Center, Arthur and Florence Enewold Cardiac Center Auditorium
3006 Webster St., Omaha, NE

Wednesday, December 11, 2019 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am

As human beings, we make thousands of decisions daily. As leaders, we make even more and those decisions effect those who follow us. In our roles as leaders at Creighton, we are called to develop Ignatian Discernment.

In this 90-minute session:
• we will demonstrate what Discernment is and it’s place in leadership at Creighton.
• we will review what Discernment entails and requires in the Jesuit/Ignatian tradition.
• we will do an exercise of individual, personal discernment.
• we will apply that process to a group discernment.

This course offers development of all the Creighton Leadership Values and Behaviors:
• Contributing to Our Mission
• Cura
• Collaboration
• Creativity

Session Facilitator:
Fr. Andy Alexander is a native of Omaha, attending the former St. John’s grade school on the Creighton campus. As a Jesuit, he has served the Jesuits in this area, as a Director of Vocations, an Assistant Provincial, a Director of Formation and then a Jesuit parish pastor in Milwaukee, before coming to Creighton in 1996. Fr. Andy serves as the Director of the Collaborative Ministry Office, helping Creighton’s faculty and staff contribute to the mission. He co-created Creighton’s Online Ministries web site which last year received 70 million hits from 200 countries.

Seats are limited! Register today!

Contact Info

Chris Stanczak
(402) 280-4726

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