Welcome Tim Muldoon

Tim MuldoonI have been doing all the blogging at dotMagis since we launched the site in April.  Now I have some company.   Our new blogger is Tim Muldoon, a writer and theologian who works in the Office of Ministry and Mission at Boston College and teaches in the Honors Program. Tim’s first post is immediately below this one.  He will post here regularly.

Tim is the author of The Ignatian Workout, an excellent book introducing Ignatian spirituality to young adults. Early next year, Loyola Press will publish his new book, Longing to Love: A Memoir of Desires, Relationships, and Spiritual Transformation.  Before coming to to BC, Tim was chair of  the Department of Religious Studies, Philosophy and Theology at Mount Aloysius College in Cresson, Pa.  He and his wife have two children.  Check out his article “Why Young Adults Need Ignatian Spirituality.”

Others will start blogging here over the next few weeks.  It has always been our intention to make dotMagis a group blog.  We want it to be an Ignatian community with many voices and points of view.

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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.

2 Comments on Welcome Tim Muldoon

  1. Hi Tim,
    I have been practicing the self examen for a few months now, and I just have been feeling like I would like to go further with my prayer life and thought it would be good to start the spiritual exercises.
    The Pastor of my church was very kind in agreeing to be mine and my husband’s spiritual director, but he was reassigned suddnely and now we have no director.
    We are both very sad, and yet I do not want to give up. I just purchased your book after much prayer, and am now at a stand still as to what I should keep doing with the lack of a spiritual director.
    We live in a very small town and I have not had much luck finding a replacement.
    Any suggestions?
    God Bless,
    Autumn

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