To Whom Do We Belong?: An Ignatian Retreat

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David L. Fleming, S.J.
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Drawing upon the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius, To Whom Do We Belong? develops themes for discussion and reflection during an eight–day retreat. The central theme is the human need to fit in, to belong to a greater community, and to find companionship. “In looking at our relationship with Jesus,” writes David L. Fleming, S.J., “we are at the same time looking at our relationship with one another since Jesus himself has said that he is present where two or three are gathered.” The book includes an addition for contemplation each day as well as prayers and suggestions for Scripture readings. Fr. Fleming, a longtime editor of the journal Review for Religious, based this guide on a retreat he led in 2009 for the Jesuits of the Missouri and New Orleans Provinces.


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  • 5
    To Whom Do We Belong

    Posted by Susan Mahan on Mar 31st 2023

    Very readable. Full of both many excellent contemplation opportunities and Fleming’s wisdom. My Jesuit sp. dir. died from Covid. And I’m now pretty homebound. I may adapt this retreat to be longer and meet with someone on Zoom from the Jesuit Retreat Center in Los Altos.

  • 5
    To Whom Do We Belong

    Posted by Eric Nubla on Jan 6th 2022

    One of my most used volumes. Very good guide for living a committed spiritual life.

  • 5
    To Whom do we Belong

    Posted by Eric Nubla on Nov 18th 2021

    My indispensable companion as I travel through life. It contains the salient points of a life consecrated to following Jesus

  • 5
    To Whom Do We Belong

    Posted by Eric Nubla on Jan 26th 2021

    Having lived in the Society for a number of years when I was younger, I treasure this book and have been using the book as a faithful guide for recollections and retreats. I am a regular reader of Fr Fleming