Tim Muldoon

During this Holy Week, our Ignatian Workout for Lent invites us to reflect on trial and suffering. Listen to Tim Muldoon’s reflection below. If you’d like, share some of your own reflections in the comments. Prayer What does a meditative reading of the story of the trial stir up in you? What trials have you […]

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Jesus faced his suffering with resolve. That’s the message this week in our Ignatian Workout for Lent. Listen to Tim Muldoon’s reflection below. If you’d like, share some of your own reflections in the comments. Prayer Lord, you know my fears and you yourself knew what it was to be afraid in the face of […]

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The story of Jesus calming the storm is the starting point this week in the Ignatian Workout for Lent. Listen to Tim Muldoon’s reflection below. If you’d like, share some of your own reflections in the comments. Prayer Speak to God of the storms in your life: the experiences that make it difficult to remain […]

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In John’s Gospel, Jesus begins his public ministry with the miracle of changing water into wine. Why does he choose this action, rather than something more—well—Godlike? We consider that this week in our Ignatian Workout for Lent. Listen to Tim Muldoon’s reflection below. If you’d like, share some of your own reflections in the comments. […]

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In this week’s Ignatian Workout for Lent exercise, we consider the theme “The Sick Need a Doctor.” Listen to Tim Muldoon’s reflection below. If you’d like, share some of your own reflections in the comments. Prayer Begin to make a habit of the Examen, a prayer of reflection, over the course of the day, with […]

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Jesus calls us to repent and believe in the good news. We consider that in this week’s exercise in our Ignatian Workout for Lent. Listen to Tim Muldoon’s reflection below. If you’d like, share some of your own reflections in the comments. Prayer Bring to prayer your desire to be part of something greater than […]

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Welcome to the week of Ash Wednesday. Pause and survey the landscape as you begin this online retreat, your Ignatian Workout for Lent. Listen to Tim Muldoon’s reflection below. If you’d like, share some of your own reflections in the comments. Prayer Pray the words of Psalm 139 slowly, speaking to God. Imagine God as […]

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In his new book, The Ignatian Workout for Lent, Tim Muldoon applies the principles of discernment, reflection, and action to guide readers to grow in love and transformation. The book includes 40 exercises organized according to the four weeks of the Spiritual Exercises. We’re also offering an online retreat this year based on Tim’s book. […]

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Now that I have a son, I find my lingering doubts about football coming to a head. With the Super Bowl upon us, I find myself wondering whether it is for the greater glory and praise of the divine majesty to watch the game. Consider these two well-wrought essays: the first, by Steve Almond at […]

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This past week Pope Francis met with delegates from the European Olympic committees, in advance of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, next February.  He suggests that sport unites us, and provides fertile ground for thinking about the spiritual life. Indeed, the practice of sport stimulates one to healthily overcome oneself and one’s own selfishness […]

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