Consolation and desolation are key to discerning God’s movement in your life, but these terms are easily misunderstood.
How can we find rest in the restlessness? How can we reclaim the true meaning of the Sabbath.
Have you ever received a gift with strings attached? Let’s remove the guilt, conditions, and baggage that often come with gift-giving.
“The Devil” is our own creation. The evil spirit, in Ignatian language, is us falling into the trap of being blind to our weak points.
When you put aside titles and labels and paychecks and comfort, are you at home with yourself?
Rocketman illustrates our desire to find “proper love” that is patient, kind, and never fails.
Discernment of major decisions, like having a job you love or choosing where you live, are a privilege.
Ignatius was not the only Jesuit who wrote spiritual exercises.
How can you use Marie Kondō’s tidying method to declutter your spiritual life. It’s simple Ignatian discernment.