God doesn’t stop us from walking off a cliff. From mistakes can come life-shaping grace.
In the desire for transcendence as a place to find God, we forget that God is in the plain and the ordinary.
Discover the power of Nothing. Darkness and emptiness is not an absence of God but rather an inviting space for God to fill.
Using music, photography, and gazing at stained glass as methods of prayer and tapping into the divine.
Songs and smells are two of the most powerful recallers of memories. Praying with them lets God into the intimate details of your life. Perhaps those magic “sensual” moments are a way of God revealing something special to you.
We have a tendency to say thank you because it’s expected or it’s a social norm. But Ignatius encourages us to be more intentional about gratitude.
Two of Disney’s cornerstones are dreams and imagination. What do they have to do with the spiritual life?
The other weekend I was in New York sitting in Bryant Park on a beautiful spring day. Before I knew it I was seeing God everywhere! So I pulled out my camera to record it. In people on their lunch breaks reading a book, in the innocence children with their […]
It had been a while since I had seen The Sound of Music so I was lucky when I got to see a bit of it the other day. It wasn’t long before I saw how much Ignatian spirituality could be found in it.