Gesu Parish provides opportunities for enriching all faith dimensions of an adult life. Experiences that promote a deeper appreciation and understanding of the Catholic faith include, but are not limited to: Bible studies, book clubs, retreats, speakers and discussions. For information on the these programs call the parish office or watch the bulletin.
Gesu offers opportunities for exploring both Old and New Testaments. Currently, a study of the Book of Deuteronomy is being held virtually every Saturday from 12:00-2:00 pm, through July 25. Interested participants should email Christie Okocha for information on joining these meetings.
Gesu Book Club meets monthly to discuss various Catholic works of literature and share fellowship. Watch the bulletin or e-News for more information.
IGNATIAN PRAYER AND FAITH SHARING
Each month, there is a gathering for prayer in the Ignatian traditions of imaginative Gospel Contemplation, Lectio Divina and the Examen. A facilitator guides participants in prayer and reflection with a focus on Sacred Scriptures for the coming Sunday. For information on our next meeting, contact Hilda Walter or click here >
GENERATIONS OF FAITH
Generations of Faith events, organized around a Catholic topic of interest and open to people of all ages, take place periodically throughout the year. For more information, email Mary von Carlowitz.
Retreat experiences at the Church of the Gesu and at the Jesuit Retreat Center in Parma, OH, help parishioners to develop a deeper spiritual connection with God and one another.
Click here to view our weekly blog, Ignatian Threads, which offers insights and reflections on Ignatian Spirituality and ways to infuse it into our daily lives.
Click the links below for Ignatian prayer, at-home retreats, daily meditations and more: