To be effective at all the sowing we do, we must make time to reap for ourselves. We must be able to receive in order to give.
All things are passing, they say. So what lasts?
Ignatius says to relish moments in prayer, but we must also dwell in the God moments we experience outside of formal prayer.
This simple daily ritual reminds us of our hallowed nature and that all we have can be used for love and service.
Buddhism and Ignatian spirituality have many fascinating parallels.
A new study finds that ritual enhances the flavour of food. In fact, it can enhance many of the moments of life.
Don’t get caught up with one prayer method or another. Use what works for you and don’t use what doesn’t.
You don’t have to be Saint Ignatius to create your own spiritual exercises. The story of Ignatius and his notebook in Manresa and steps on how to keep your own.
Detail in life is oft overlooked but isn’t it the tiny things that make things whole? Awareness is the key to unlocking the gifts of Ignatian spirituality.