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    Prayer in the Wake of Violence

    Prayer for Uvalde Recognizing that the children and teachers are with God, we at Loyola Press, in solidarity with the suffering people of Uvalde, Texas,...
    The Homeboy Way: A Webinar with CEO Thomas Vozzo

    The Homeboy Way: A Webinar with CEO Thomas Vozzo

    As CEO of Homeboy Industries, the most successful gang intervention, rehabilitation, and re-entry program in the country, Thomas Vozzo has learned that a radical...
    Cannonball Moments - An Ignatian Approach to Telling Your Story - Webinar with Eric Clayton

    Cannonball Moments: A Webinar with Eric Clayton

    While most of us do not have experiences quite as dramatic as St. Ignatius’s cannonball moment, we still have our stories of experiences that...
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    Ignatian Imagination This Easter Season

    The Church of St. Luke & St. Matthew in Brooklyn, NY, brings us this 15-minute guided Ignatian reflection on John 21:1–14. We are invited...
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    Elizabeth Meets Jesus

    Similar to St. Ignatius’s contemplation involving an encounter between Mary and her Son after his Resurrection, this meditation is not based on Scripture. However,...
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    Signs of Peace

    This post is based on Week Six of An Ignatian Prayer Adventure. We’ve become all too familiar with images of war, violence, and destruction. We...
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    Lenten Read-Along: Two Irish Prayer Songs

    Like most children in Ireland, I learned to sing the lorica of St. Patrick in both English and Irish, and it was as familiar...
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    The Human Experience of Our Redeemer: A Lenten Webinar with Fr. Joseph Tetlow, SJ

    Jesus Christ is fully divine and fully human. Sometimes we forget that second part! In his Spiritual Exercises, St. Ignatius Loyola encouraged what he...
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    Zebedee: Still Fishing

    This story is inspired by Luke 5:1–11. When my sons dropped everything to accept Jesus’ invitation, I knew my boys would serve him well. They...
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    Come Here

    The Second Week of the Spiritual Exercises encourages us to ask for the grace to know Jesus, the man who drew people to himself...