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    Have you ever prayed in 3-D? I have. If you’ve ever prayed the Examen, you’ve prayed in 3-D too. I took my great-granddaughters to see the latest animated children’s movie. It was about living with dogs and cats, something we...
    If you follow Jesus of Nazareth, then you will come to know others who follow him. This means that a lot of wonderful people will bring joy to your life. Enjoy this video excerpt from my Small Simple Ways:...
    Editor’s note: We continue our series exploring each of the steps of the Examen. We’re using the Examen version from Jim Manney’s book, A Simple, Life-Changing Prayer. We’ll look at a different step each week. 2. Give thanks. In his book,...
    I happen to believe that “if you are looking for God, God will find you.” Ignatius of Loyola or Mother Teresa would have likewise believed that even as we are looking, and even when we mostly feel lost, God...
    Our city councilman and the mayor were leaving the coffee shop where our woman’s spirituality group meets weekly. We waved hello, introduced ourselves, and thanked them for working on behalf of people who are homeless. While the mayor needed...
    Editor’s note: Today we begin a series exploring each of the steps of the Examen. We’re using the Examen version from Jim Manney’s book, A Simple, Life-Changing Prayer. We’ll look at a different step each week. 1. Ask God for...
    Be brave and look carefully at the messiness in your life. Enjoy this video excerpt from Small Simple Ways: An Ignatian Daybook for Healthy Spiritual Living. Make 2020 your best year yet with a book that will guide you through...
    Editor’s note: This week we’ve invited our dotMagis bloggers to reflect on small changes for a big year. Once a year from grade school all the way up through early high school, my physical education classes tested us on our...
    Editor’s note: This week we’ve invited our dotMagis bloggers to reflect on small changes for a big year. What if a new year wasn’t about more, but less? We make our lists, our resolutions, our goals. What if we stopped, simplified, slowed...
    On the feast of the Epiphany, as we recall Jesus’ manifestation to humanity in the face of a Child, may we sense the Magi at our side, as wise companions on the way. Their example helps us to lift...

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