Have you ever received a gift with strings attached? Let’s remove the guilt, conditions, and baggage that often come with gift-giving.
Ignatian spirituality can be summed up in the few paragraphs at the beginning of the Exercises: sharing life with God and responding in gratitude to God’s gifts in freedom.
Gratitude comes from the Latin root for grace. This Thanksgiving we ought to be full of gratitude for God’s abundant grace.
What do we possess to give away? What do we lack? How easily do we receive? The connectedness of the Kingdom involves a balance of giving and receiving help.
The Resurrection reveals God’s will for new life for all people.
God’s love is a currency we’re called to spend. Jesus uses two parables to explain how this “God currency” works.
God’s presence dwells in everything. God gives life and being and existence to everything, so finding God in all things is just a matter of opening your eyes!
What does it meant to be “all things to all people”? God in all things includes you and me as well!