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Just $7 helps defray one month of podcast hosting fees. There are also website hosting expenses, audio storage space and tools, and occasional Facebook campaigns, in addition to the time involved in writing posts as well as recording and editing podcasts. You also support virtual retreats which are offered on a pay-what-you-can model. For me, this is an important ministry that has become meaningful to the hundreds of readers and listeners who receive God In All Things via email, Facebook, Twitter, the blog, and the podcast, which is available on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.

Andy Otto does an outstanding job of capturing the vibrancy of Ignatian Spirituality and helping me grow closer to God in my otherwise hectic daily life. This site is a great resource and an important part of my prayer life.

William Ockham


My husband and I use the morning mediation
and the evening meditation to pray together.

How others use God In All Things

A graduate course on prayer at Santa Clara University uses God In All Things as a resource. An AA group in Delaware Each week a classroom of students in a high school theology class in California listens to the podcast weekly and is asked to reflect on it. Charis Ministries in Chicago has recommended God In All Things as a resource to the young adults they minister to. A parish in Surprise, Arizona is using the Evening Examen as part of their adult faith formation. Other parishes have used our Loving Mercy series to deepen their understanding of the Works of Mercy. Others tell me they listen to the Morning and Evening audio examens daily.

God In All Things has helped me to stay connected with Ignatian spirituality even after having graduated from my Jesuit school.