Online Wednesday mornings and evenings 'Lectio Divina' group sessions (praying with Scripture) using ZOOM video conferencing. Last sessions before summer break Wed 8th July 2020. See calendar for details. All welcome.
Ignatian Spirituality Group Retreat final session took place on 5 July 2020. Summer Blessings to you all.
Lead Me, Guide Me - a prayer reflection, Monica Brown
Come Journey with Us, Monica Brown - Emmaus Song
Compassion: Our Response to the Cry of Creation
Online Group Retreat taking time to reflect and have compassion for all of God's creation - took place on Sunday 28 June 2020. Follow up session to take place in the Autumn. More info coming shortly.
Laudato Si' Anniversary Year May 24, 2020 - May 24, 2021
Given the urgency of the present global situation, please spread the word about Laudato Si' Anniversary Year.
Special Laudato Si’ Anniversary Year
The world is invited to celebrate a Special “Laudato Si” Anniversary Year, which runs from May 24, 2020 to May 24, 2021. The context of this year is “the precarious state of ‘Our Common Home’”, which Pope Francis speaks about in ‘Laudato Si’.” The Holy Father asks, “What kind of world do we want to leave those who come after us, to children who are now growing up?” Pope Francis has announced a special prayer dedicated to the Laudato Si’ Year. He encourages everyone to pray it.
Laudato Si' Video - Care for our Common Home
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Welcome to the FCJ Centre of Spirituality
The FCJ Centre of Spirituality in Brussels is an oasis of peace at the heart of a busy city. It is a place where people are invited to meet, share, reflect, pray and find refreshment. Our modern facilities, including a delightful garden with small labyrinth, are designed to provide a warm welcome and space for calm reflection.
We also offer spiritual direction, group facilitation, family events and much more! See full programme which is delivered online during this pandemic.
All are welcome, regardless of background or belief. Our spirituality is rooted in the Christian tradition and in the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius of Loyola which underpin all that we do. We aim to foster holistic growth in all who search for meaning and direction in their lives.
FCJ Centre welcomes donations
We depend on financial donations, to continue our work in accompanying individuals and groups in their search for meaning and direction in their lives. You can help us by making a one-off financial donation, monthly donation or by individual donations upon attending any of our events. FCJ Bank Account details are: Paribas Fortis 210-0245980-40 IBAN BE02 2100 2459 8040 BIC GEBABEBB