“Freedom is slavery.” “Desire is thoughtcrime.” 1984’s dystopian world vehemently opposes the Christian and Ignatian value of the self.
Oriented toward God; preparing for prayer
What is God’s plan? Well, it’s not like some divine GPS, that’s for sure.
Mags Blackie on the grace that comes from letting God be God and acknowledging our limitations.
God’s love is a currency we’re called to spend. Jesus uses two parables to explain how this “God currency” works.
We don’t choose to be born, but we are given free choice. Through this we discover our passions and our vocation.
God’s incarnation makes sacred our very decisions and even the process of discernment. Every decision we make becomes an incarnation, a little Christmas through which God enters the world.
Buddhism and Ignatian spirituality have many fascinating parallels.
Finding the present moment through a typewriter.