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In addition to the retreats and programs offered by our Spiritual Growth staff, the Jesuit Center for Spiritual Growth welcomes Catholic and other ecumenical groups who are looking for a beautiful setting to conduct their own group meetings.


Take, Lord, and receive all my liberty,

my memory, my understanding

and my entire will,

All I have and call my own.

You have given all to me.

To you, Lord, I return it.

Everything is yours; do with it what you will.

Give me only your love and your grace,

That is enough for me.

—St. Ignatius of Loyola

The Arts at the Jesuit Center for Spiritual Growth

For more information, contact Melinda Leonowitz at mleonowitz@jesuitcenter.org or 610-670-3642.


Join us at the Jesuit Center, Sunday, March 8, 2 p.m. for

Opus One & ECHO's "Celebration of Women" (Pieces composed by women, including a newly commissioned work)


Every year, the United Nations observes March 8 as "International Women's Day". As part of this observance Opus One: Berks Chamber Choir  will present a concert celebrating the artistic accomplishments of women. At this event, Opus One will collect goods that will be donated to SAFE BERKS (formerly Berks Women in Crisis), a local support system for those impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault. Piano and organ accompaniment.


$15 Adults / $5 Students

Tickets available at the door.



Plus, visit www.OpusOneChamberChoir.com to learn about the other performances noted and "Together, we can make Reading sing!"  

“Savior of the Nations, Come” Advent Concert

Time & date: 7 PM, Saturday, December 7, 2019

Place: Main Chapel, The Jesuit Center for Spiritual Growth

Admission is free.


Enjoy sacred music of Advent and Christmas in the spectacular Main Chapel of the Jesuit Center as David Gross, organist and music director at the Jesuit Center, and his musical friends Catherine Fronheiser (flutist), Neil Fronheiser (violinist), and Mary Fronheiser (pianist) offer their annual seasonal recital.  Selections will include Bach’s settings of the title piece (“Nun, komm”), familiar carols, and unusual seasonal songs presented as instrumental duets and trios.