Sin and Falling Short of Ideals

An Ignatian Prayer Adventure

Looking at our sins and faults allows us to take responsibility for them. We can possess them; they no longer possess us. We become more and more able to give our whole selves to God, and to become the people we’re created to be.

In this third week of An Ignatian Prayer Adventure, our theme is “Something’s Broken,” and we’re reflecting on the reality of sin.

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Jim Manney is the author of highly praised popular books on Ignatian spirituality, including A Simple, Life-Changing Prayer (about the Daily Examen) and God Finds Us (about the Spiritual Exercises). He is the compiler/editor of An Ignatian Book of Days. His latest book is Ignatian Spirituality A to Z. He and his wife live in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

1 Comment on Sin and Falling Short of Ideals

  1. I became Catholic 3 years ago and the classes were an eye opener. I only wish I could have been aware sooner in life and became a Jesuit. At 74 I can now enjoy God in an entirely different way than I’ve ever experienced. As a 4th degree Knight it is a privilege to serve our Lord and understand His way of living life and sharing. Hebrews 11:1

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