Buddhism and Ignatian spirituality have many fascinating parallels.
The gorgeous fall colours of the leaves are a result of their dying. It’s a reminder of the beauty in the cycles of life and can remind us to take a look at our own time-limited life.
Antonia discovers with her daughter that “church” is more than going to church.
A humdrum trip to the grocery store reveals a God lurking in nearly every aisle, manifested as neighbour and friend.
What is this “secret” St Paul says God has revealed to all peoples? Tapping into it can be by way of Ignatian spirituality.
Parables are not just in the Bible. We have our own parables and stories that carry lessons and deep meaning that’s worth reflecting on and sharing.
An experience at a speakeasy put me in touch with the spirituality of the senses, all five of them.
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.
C.S. Lewis describes magic as “objective efficacy which cannot be further analysed.” Even explanations lead to further mystery or magic, and this fact witnesses to the existence of God.