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The Team

Emil Váni SJ - riaditeľ CSL

Ing. Emil Váni SJ
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He was born in 1943. He was named director of Spirituality Center Loyola on 1st July 2013.

Gracia Janka Kováčová

Gracia Janka Kováčová
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She was born in 1973 in Trebišov. In 1993 she entered

Štefánia Hrivňáková

Štefánia Hrivňáková
  • e-mail: hrivnakova.centrumloyola@gmail.com

She was born in 1955 and cooperates with the Loyola Spirituality centre in the area of managment and development of people. She is interested in the connection of spirituality and leadership in the context of wider society. Štefánia has done professional seminars in Ignatian spirituality. She is developing the art of spiritual guidance with a number of studies.

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Miroslava Martina Lukčiková CJ

Miroslava Martina Lukčiková CJ
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She was born in 1979 in Vranov nad Topľou. Ignatian spirituality is central to her as a consecrated woman in the Congregation of Jesus since her entrance in 1997. Sr. Miroslava has studied theology and history at the Theology faculty of the Catholic university in Košice. Her job at the Spirituality centre is to work in programme activities in spiritual guidance during retreats. She is continuing to develop her skills in spiritual guidance with further studies.

Lukáš Jeník

Lukáš Jeník
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He was born in 1980 in Košice. He majored in Fine art and graduated at the Philosophy faculty of Comenius university and philosphy at the Theology faculty of Trnava university in Bratislava. Lukáš teaches at the Theology faculty of Trnava university since 2011. At At the Spirituality centre Loyola he works in programme activities connected with spirituality and art.

Letícia Anna Dirbáková CJ

Letícia Anna Dirbáková CJ
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She was born in 1980. Since 1996 she has been a member of the religious congregation known as the Congregation of Jesus. She majored in Slovak language and literature and Religious education at the Philosophy faculty of the Catholic university in Ružomberok. Sr. Letícia has grown up with Ignatian spirituality since her childhood.