Ever notice that everyone around Jesus is always grumbling, but Jesus takes a different approach?
Ignatius offers some guidelines on eating and our relationship with food.
Genuine freedom is trusting that in God all will be well. This frees us to love our enemies.
The comfort when Jesus shines like the sun in a moment of darkness.
How do we find God amidst mental illness or addiction? Rachel O’Conner shares a few insights from her experience.
There are some who live lives of anger and hurt, and they seek to continue to feed their pain. This is a sign of the evil spirit or, in the language of Eckhart Tolle, the “pain-body”. They key is not identifying ourselves with it.
The deep desires God plants within our hearts are ultimately oriented to the unfolding of God’s Kingdom; this includes discovering who we’re meant to be.
For the Feast of St Ignatius, this is a re-post of the story of the Suppression and Restoration of the Jesuits.
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.