“Freedom is slavery.” “Desire is thoughtcrime.” 1984’s dystopian world vehemently opposes the Christian and Ignatian value of the self.
Ignatian decision-making; determining God’s will
The tension of good and evil; consolation and desolation
Prayer through reflection; what our feelings tell us
What is God’s plan? Well, it’s not like some divine GPS, that’s for sure.
How the evil spirit is like a pretty dandelion on a grassy knoll.
Mags Blackie on the grace that comes from letting God be God and acknowledging our limitations.
A brief moment of Ignatian spirituality in Netflix’s House of Cards.
God’s love is a currency we’re called to spend. Jesus uses two parables to explain how this “God currency” works.