Many Web sites offer online experiences of Ignatian prayer. Online prayer opportunities invite you to pray when you are at your computer or to download materials for reflection during your daily commute.
Some of us find God at church on Sunday, but finding God the other six days of the week can be a puzzle. Sometimes we recognize God’s presence quite clearly, and sometimes we need help from others. The Other6 community is formed by people answering two simple questions: Where did you find God today? and Where do you need to find God today?
A 34-week Ignatian retreat in daily life is offered by the Online Ministries at Creighton University. The retreat can be made individually or in groups. MP3 versions of the retreat are also available to download.
This very popular Web site produced by the Jesuits of Ireland offers daily prayer, reflections, and readings.
Download daily prayers for your MP3 player from this Web site, produced by the Jesuits in the UK.
Spanish version of Pray-As-You-Go.
Focus on what is truly important through a daily prayer experience with Scripture, music, and images, offered by Loyola Press.
The Australian Jesuits offer an online Examen as well as reflections on the daily Gospel, thoughts for the day, and suggestions for classroom use.
The Jesuits of the California Province offer this feature allowing users to create their own Ignatian-style prayers by combining selected images, Scripture, sounds, and personal intentions. Pray for others’ intentions in the gallery of prayers.
Bob Gilroy, SJ, shares how to pray with art in Ignatian spirituality. The site includes an online art retreat based on the Spiritual Exercises.
Retreat given by Fr. Dennis Hamm, SJ, at the Manresa on the Mississippi Jesuit Retreat House, Convent, Louisiana, December, 2009. The talks from the retreat are available as mp3s. Topics include The Prodigal Son, The Last Supper in John, The Resurrection in Luke, and The Examen.
A “prayer map” of the two campuses of Boston College, with photos and reflective quotes.
A five-day audio prayer experience centered on Ignatian spirituality, presented by the British Jesuits.
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