Opportunities to Make the Spiritual Exercises in the 19th Annotation Format

Below is a list of places within the Maryland and USA Northeast Provinces of the Society of Jesus which offer the Spiritual Exercises in the 19th Annotation format, sometime referred to as the "Spiritual Exercises in Everyday Life." We do our best to keep this page up to date, but understand that program offerings vary. For more information, please contact each ministry directly.

Don't see offerings listed for your area? We suggest contacting a Jesuit parish or retreat house near you.

If you offer the 19th Annotation retreat and would like your program listed here, please contact Henry Frank at

Listed from North to South:

Portland, Maine – Ignatian Spirituality Partnership of Maine

Kennebunkport, Maine – Manresa Way
Contact: Ellie Flavin

Gloucester, Massachusetts – Eastern Point Jesuit Retreat House

Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts – St. Ignatius Parish
Contact: Kathy Maher

Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts – Boston College, Center for Ignatian Spirituality
Contact: Tomeu Estelrich Barcelo

Worcester, Massachusetts – Worcester Area Spiritual Exercises in Daily Life
Contact: Dick Kirk |

Syracuse, New York – Spiritual Renewal Center
More information is available here.
Contact: Sister Marise May

New York, New York – St. Francis Xavier Parish
Contact: Marie Bannister

Wendham, New Jersey – Villa Pauline Retreat and Spiritual Center
Contact: Sr. Carol Makravitz, SCC
More info...

Wernersville, Pennsylvania – Jesuit Center for Spiritual Growth
Contact: Melinda Leonowitz

Baltimore, Maryland – Loyola University of Maryland
Contact: Fr. Steve Spahn, SJ

Woodstock, Maryland – St. Alphonsus Parish
Contact: Dee Papania

Washington, DC – Holy Trinity Parish
Contact: Martina O’Shea |

Charlotte, North Carolina – St. Peter Catholic Church
Contact: Fr. James Bowler, S.J., or Fr. John Michalowski, S.J.

Bibliography Podcasts 19th Annotation Retreat

Loyola on the Potomac
Situated on a bluff overlooking the Potomac River, Loyola on the Potomac is located 35 miles south of Washington, D.C., in southern Maryland.