Moms on a Spiritual Journey

“Prayer is a way of life which allows you to find a stillness in the midst of the world where you open your hands to God’s promises and find hope for yourself, your neighbor and your world.”

Moms on a Spiritual Journey (MOSJ) is an opportunity to learn about your faith (wherever you are), to meet other women in the community, and to share your story with others. We center our discussions around a book, often focused on Ignatian spirituality (that of the Jesuits). This is not a club; this is not a commitment; this is a fellowship. MOSJ consists of Regis Jesuit parents, both current and alums from both the Boys and Girls Divisions who support one another as they journey together as mothers, wives, daughters, sisters, friends and more. Here are some additional details on MOSJ.

We read, we share, we listen, we learn from each other's story, and everything is held in the strictest confidence by one another.

This year, our first book that we will be reading and discussing is Jesus: A Pilgrimage by James Martin, SJ.

“This is an invaluable book for anyone desiring to know more about Jesus, and how his life can illumine our own spiritual pilgrimage. James Martin makes familiar Gospel stories fresh, and helps us see how in our ordinary lives we might better answer God’s call to conversation and conversion.” Kathleen Norris, author of The Cloister Walk

“Fr. Martin provides those who have stepped away from their faith, or who are not believers, the opportunity to better know who Jesus was. Whether you are one of Jesus’ most fervent disciples or a questioning observer, this book will help you understand Jesus is our brother and friend forever.” Cardinal Sean O'Malley, Archbishop of Boston


First, third and fifth Wednesdays of every month, 9:00-10:30 am (according to the late start schedule)

Joins MOSJ for a Gathering on December 20
Please join your friends, new and seasoned, in the Steele Center for an end of year gathering on December 20 from 9:00-11:00 am. Everyone is asked to bring something to share if possible, but your presence is the most important thing! If you haven’t started coming to MOSJ yet, come and meet some wonderful ladies. Our next meeting will be January 3, sharing from chapter four of Tattoos on the Heart by Fr Greg Boyle, a powerful and life-changing book that our kids read in their junior year. Feel free to reach out to Susu Dugas with any questions, 720.933.7447.


St. John Francis Regis Chapel (Boys Division), second floor (Please check in at the BD Main Office first)


Susu Dugas at or 720.933.7447.