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Lisa Calzonetti

Director of Operations

Ignatius Jesuit Centre

HQ Phone:  (519) 824-1250

Direct Phone: (519) ***-**** ext. ***direct phone

Email: o***@***.ca

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Ignatius Jesuit Centre

5420 Highway 6 North

Guelph, Ontario,N1H 6J2

Canada

Company Description

The Ignatius Jesuit Centre serves as a place of beauty and sustenance. Many different activities and projects are executed here at the centre. We have a retreat, conference and training centre known as Loyola House. The Ignatius Farm is certified organic and c...more

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ignatiusguelph.ca

Lisa Calzonetti
Tel: 519.824.1250 Ext.231 Development


www.guelphmercury.com

Ignatius Jesuit Centre director of operations Lisa Calzonetti and executive director Rev. Roger Yaworski at the Loyola House. The spiritual retreat facility is the subject of a major fundraising campaign aimed at renovating and upgrading a building that has hosted over 65,000. The $5-million Sacred Ground Capital Campaign is also focused on planting a forest that will be enjoyed as a contemplative destination for generations to come.
Ignatius Jesuit Centre director of operations Lisa Calzonetti and executive director Rev. Roger Yaworski at the Loyola House. Lisa Calzonetti, the director of operations at Ignatius, said the Sacred Ground Campaign is running behind schedule, and should be closer to $2 million at this point. To date, a large donor with a major gift has not come forward. Calzonetti and Yaworski hope that will change. They would welcome a large corporate donation. "We're not at all disheartened or discouraged," Calzonetti said. "If anything, we are working even harder." Calzonetti said a recent $100,000 gift came in from outside of Guelph, and outside of the Roman Catholic community. "They just believed so strongly in our organization and what we do," she said. "There is a definite grounding here," said Calzonetti.


www.guelphmercury.com

Ignatius Jesuit Centre director of operations Lisa Calzonetti and executive director Rev. Roger Yaworski at the Loyola House. The spiritual retreat facility is the subject of a major fundraising campaign aimed at renovating and upgrading a building that has hosted over 65,000. The $5-million Sacred Ground Capital Campaign is also focused on planting a forest that will be enjoyed as a contemplative destination for generations to come.


www.ecojesuit.com

Thanks to Lisa Calzonetti (Director of Operations), this has its structure and is on the up.


nightlife.therecord.com [cached]

Owner Lisa Calzonetti has been plying her creative cooking skills in the Guelph area for more than 15 years.After running the popular Baker Street Bistro in its final incarnation, she transformed the space into the Mediterranean-inspired Paradiso. Calzonetti's career took off when she took over Carden Street Café eight years ago and, since then, she has expanded more than just the menu.In 1998, she doubled the size of the space by adding the Starfish Lounge, which features live entertainment on Saturday nights. What this restaurant lacks in intimacy it makes up for in atmosphere.It's an artsy eatery with an energetic edge -- an almost avant-garde ambience created by vibrant murals of tropical scenes, simple furnishings and low lighting.The kitchen is impossibly small and sits beside the front door, separated from the dining rooms by bamboo blinds. But it's the inventive menu and reasonable prices that keep the regulars returning. Calzonetti told me her noodle dishes are some of the café's most popular items.I only saw one on the dinner menu, but my guest enjoyed it.It was a small but satisfying serving of thin chow mein noodles tossed in mild ginger peanut sauce and topped with two skewers of under-spiced grilled chicken ($10.95). I chose the Thai-inspired cilantro orange curry ($11.95), which was served in a bowl that was lined with a soft roti.Inside the nest was a complex blend of boneless chicken, broccoli and peppers in a plentiful sauce that was savoury without being spicy.


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