Ignatius Spirituality

Prayer, Spiritual Direction, Retreats, and Good Decisions
  1. By Tim Muldoon

    Jean Vanier, the man who committed his later life to serving people with intellectual disabilities in the L’Arche communities around the world, observed that “if you are blind to the poor, you become blind to God.” His attitude was very much like that of St. Ignatius, who described three kinds of people: the postponer, the compromiser, and the free person. The postponer may have a vague interest in a life committed to loving service in [...]

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  2. By dotMagis Editor

    Remember this always: faith is walking with Jesus, and it is a walk that lasts a lifetime. At the end there shall be the definitive encounter. Certainly, at some moments on the journey, we feel tired and confused. But the faith gives us the certainty of Jesus’ constant presence in every situation, even the most painful or difficult to understand. We are called to walk in order to enter ever more deeply into the mystery [...]

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  3. By Shemaiah Gonzalez

    Editor’s note: Celebrate the 10th anniversary of IgnatianSpirituality.com with us. For 10 weeks, we’ll be “Counting the Gifts of Ignatian Spirituality” by bringing you special content on our website and special offers from our sponsor, Loyola Press. Learn more here. In my practice of looking for God, it’s rarely in the spotlight moments that I find him. It’s in the small, hidden places that God chooses to reveal himself. Here are a few I noticed. 1. Touchstones When [...]

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  4. By Vinita Hampton Wright

    The Christian faith has always taken seriously the matter of discernment. What choice will I make? We must choose constantly, through our daily routines as well as major life situations. We want to make the right choice, the one that will please God, the one that will help us prosper and be content. We know that a wrong choice can sometimes have disastrous consequences. Thus, we endeavor to make our discernments in the context of [...]

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  5. By dotMagis Editor

    God’s act of creation is not a one-and-done thing; it is ongoing. We experience that creative act of God with every breath we take. God is always with us because, in creation, God is always working out the divine purpose or intention. But we are mostly unaware of God’s presence and of the fact that we exist at all times because God keeps creating. People have, however, felt that creative presence of God in nature. [...]

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