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    Ignatian indifference is the capacity to let go of what doesn't help me to love God or love others--while staying engaged with what does. - quote on a blue tone background

    Ignatian Indifference

    Often, we think about freedom as freedom from interference from others, but St. Ignatius understood freedom differently. For him, human freedom is a freedom...
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    Indifference the Ignatian Way

    Tim Muldoon is doing a video series on Ignatian mindfulness. In the episode below, he talks about indifference as understood the Ignatian way and...
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    25 Ignatian Terms to Know

    Ignatian spirituality has a language that, when understood, can help unpack the richness of this spiritual tradition. Here are 25 Ignatian terms to know....
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    Mary as a Model of Indifference

    In many discussions of Ignatian indifference by Jesuit colleagues, the paradigmatic stories revolve around leaving behind jobs, projects, and relationships for the sake of...

    Snow Art and Indifference

    As many of us deal with the effects of snow and frigid temperatures, here’s a video of British artist Simon Beck’s snow art to...
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    New Year’s Gift of Indifference

    As we move out of the Christmas season and into the New Year, my family is cleaning up the last decorations and storing away...
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    An Ignatian Prayer Adventure: Week 8

    We come to the Fourth Week of the Spiritual Exercises-the end of the Exercises and the final week of our retreat. We encounter the...
    An Ignatian Prayer Adventure online retreat

    An Ignatian Prayer Adventure: Week 5

    Our prayer this week explores the implications and consequences of following Christ. Ignatius does this by proposing three scenarios or “thought experiments” involving the...
    An Ignatian Prayer Adventure online retreat

    An Ignatian Prayer Adventure: Week 1

    We begin our online Ignatian Prayer Adventure by reflecting on God's unconditional love for each of us. Then Days 3 and 4 introduce a...
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    Living Out the Beatitudes, Part One

    Pope Francis recently released an apostolic exhortation, Gaudete et Exsultate (Rejoice and Be Glad). The document is rich in reflections, such as one on...

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