Ignatius Spirituality

Prayer, Spiritual Direction, Retreats, and Good Decisions
  1. By Barbara Lee

    This post is based on Week Two of An Ignatian Prayer Adventure. What does it mean to “find God in all things”? We’re all familiar with spiritual literature that speaks of finding God in nature, in art, in the birth of a child, and in many other concrete examples of creation—most of which we take for granted. The graces we pray for each day this week of our Ignatian Prayer Adventure emphasize a much deeper [...]

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    Click through to read the full article The Awareness Prayer, which appeared first on Ignatian Spirituality.

  2. By Vinita Hampton Wright

    My husband and I recently toured Morocco for two weeks. We were with a small group of people, a guide, and a driver. I recommend this mode of tourism in a country whose language you don’t speak. This trip was a years-long dream for me, and I was not disappointed. Our guide was Berber, having grown up in a village in the Atlas Mountains. He was also Muslim, and it was a great gift to [...]

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    Click through to read the full article Landscape, History, and Faith, which appeared first on Ignatian Spirituality.

  3. By Mary Ellen Smajo

    Each year at the start of Lent, I notice again my need for God’s grace to bring me back from all the ways I’ve wandered away or gotten lost. These poems describe three of those experiences. Sometimes I Feel So Frail sometimes I feel so frail; and what does God do but win with a look my wonder, will, all; again; You have made it all as You have made it, and built us to [...]

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    Click through to read the full article We Are Such a Mix, which appeared first on Ignatian Spirituality.

  4. By Barbara Lee

    This post is by Barbara Lee, author of God Isn’t Finished with Me Yet: Discovering the Spiritual Graces of Later Life, as she begins An Ignatian Prayer Adventure. “I have called you by name, you are mine” (Isaiah 43:1). The prophet introduces us to a God whose love is tender and intimate, a love that was manifested at the moment when we received the names that tell us who we are. At Baptism, God called [...]

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    Click through to read the full article Love and Freedom, which appeared first on Ignatian Spirituality.

  5. By Marina McCoy

    What if this Lent we didn’t approach the practices of prayer, almsgiving, and fasting with an eye to what we can do to transform ourselves, but rather with an eye to what God wants to do in order to transform us? Too often we approach Lent as though it were a series of New Year’s resolutions: to give up a particular bad habit, or share more with the poor, or be more faithful to prayer. [...]

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    Click through to read the full article Letting This Lent Be God’s, which appeared first on Ignatian Spirituality.

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