FILM SERIES:

FINDING GOD IN THE dark

Finding God In the Dark  is a film series based on the book of the same name by

John J. Pungente, SJ and Monty Williams, SJ that explores aspects of the Spiritual Exercises. We meet on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m. Pacific.  Please register by below to receive the background materials and Zoom link to join the meeting. 

Due to social distancing requirements, we have adapted our series to allow you to view the film on your own prior to meeting. The films, themes and dates are listed below. You can learn more about each film and how to access it via streaming services by clicking on the title.

summer 2021 series

We are offering a "mini" series this summer. 

SOUL - July 7, 2021

Click the link below to sign up for any of the listed films or to express interest future series.

Writer/Director Pete Docter has said he was inspired in part to make "Soul" after reading "The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything" by Fr. James Martin, SJ. To prepare for this discussion take a look at this interview the two did recently and consider the themes of: finding God in all things, purpose and the art and impact of storytelling. 

The Shape of Water - July 21, 2021

The theme of conversion continues this month and throughout The Ignatian Year. In this film we will consider how we can change the way we see ourselves, to consider ourselves as God sees us; to know the love and mercy we are given. (This film is the first in a series of four to be offered later in the year.)

Questions? Contact us at office@loyolainstitute.org or 714-997-9587