On the Camino, Alexander had countless unexpected moments of God surprising him into deeper vulnerability and self-awareness.
We can appreciate Ash Wednesday more when we appreciate our human vulnerability and poverty.
We’re all covered in the “mud” of human suffering, but Jesus calls us to recognise our common vulnerabilities and how he companions us through suffering.
How blessed is the bond of friendship! Jesus challenges us to continue loving and believing in each other, despite our human weakness.
Making transitions sometimes feels like walking on water. Yet God offers comfort and encouragement in the midst of chaos.
The way we die has much to do with the way we choose to live.
A lesson on love, trust, and the presence of God… From a cat.
William Ockham finds companionship in the online Ignatian community.
The grace of childlike desire… for a simple pair of shoes.