5 Apr 2021 | Awareness | 0
22 Mar 2021 | Prayer | 0
Ignatius uses two images for our relationship with God: a friendship and a master-servant relationship. Both of these however are really about a deep intimacy and companionship.
8 Mar 2021 | Mercy | 1
22 Feb 2021 | Discernment | 4
8 Feb 2021 | Ignatian Basics | 0
25 Jan 2021 | Mercy, Scripture Reflections | 0
Awareness, God In All Things, Ignatian Basics, Prayer
It is human nature to engage memory in bettering ourselves. Memory is an integral part of Ignatian spirituality and a primary way God speaks to us.
Discernment, Ignatian Basics
30 Nov 2020 | 0
Pray with the four names for Christ from Isaiah 9:6 in this new audio meditation: Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.
24 Aug 2020 | 0
14 Oct 2019 | 1
Consolation and desolation are key to discerning God's movement in your life, but these terms are easily misunderstood.
17 Jun 2019 | 6
28 Dec 2020 | 3
Sometimes, in our efforts for self-improvement, we come against tendencies that are so engrained in our personality they are hard to change. Engaging in deep practices can help us better trust in the slow work of God.
14 Dec 2020 | 4
11 Jan 2021 | The Tough Questions | 1
Through his neighbourhood, Mister Rogers teaches us how to be people of love and how to truly know one another. His neighbourhood was kind of a metaphor for the kingdom of God.
4 Jan 2021 | God In All Things, Guest Posts | 2
Religion tends to operate from the perspective of how we need God, but the truth is, God needs us.
16 Nov 2020 | Awareness | 0
Gratitude is a cyclical force of creative love that feeds itself. It transforms us and opens our eyes to the divine goodness in all things.
4 Nov 2020 | God In All Things, The Lighter Side | 1
Let’s not lose our amazement and delight in the world we had so easily as children. Are you able to see the magic of God all around you?
19 Oct 2020 | God In All Things | 2
God in all things also means all things in God. Can we accept that we are a part of God, that we make God whole?
4 Oct 2020 | Awareness, Scripture Reflections | 1
Our true selves are within us but sometimes we need a mirror to be held up before us so we can see it, and also see those false-self layers that need to be shed.
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