Ignatius says our purpose is to praise, reverence, and serve God. But this sounds like a rather selfish God.
True riches do not come in having lots of things. The trend of minimalism can teach us a lot about Lent.
When we have an encounter with the divine, we must ask: How is this encounter going to affect how I live the rest of my life?
All things are passing, they say. So what lasts?
Contemplation on the Love of God; God’s unceasing giving and gifting
In a struggle to stop doing and to just “be” in her brokenness, Dorothy Dingle found God’s grace in some cracked shells on the beach.
Suffering, grace, and purpose from the Ignatian lens of Mags Blackie, author of Rooted in Love.
Feminists often talk about “strong women”. But we rarely hear about “strong men” in the same way. True courage and strength means an embrace of genuine feminism—a feminism that reveals the beauty of male and female. Perhaps we can reexamine the meaning of a “strong man” as an effort to balance out our views of men and women.
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!