Key to Ignatian spirituality is awareness, noticing. When we notice the details about our life and surroundings, we get to encounter God.
My name is Andy Otto. For two and a half years I was a Jesuit in the Society of Jesus. It has informed and transformed my life. I have a BA in Communication and a minor in Psychology. I love travelling, swing dancing, Disney, and have lived in Boston, New York, DC, Jamaica, and Orlando.
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?
Discernment of major decisions, like having a job you love or choosing where you live, are a privilege.
How can you use Marie Kondō’s tidying method to declutter your spiritual life. It’s simple Ignatian discernment.
In the 2018 film Christopher Robin, we see Winnie the Pooh and Christopher Robin standing on a bridge chatting. Christopher Robin asks Pooh what he loves doing best. “Going to see you,” […]
Our call is to collaborate with God in the work of the kingdom. This is the final talk in the series Cultivate Your Faith.
Reconciliation is all about old things passing away. This is the second talk in our series, Cultivate Your Faith.