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    Guide to Making Good Decisions

    The Irish Jesuits are offering some Jesuit wisdom on making good decisions. Their free eight-step guide will be delivered via e-mails over the course...

    Making Good Decisions

    Ignatian spirituality can help you in making good decisions. St. Ignatius Loyola's approach to decision making combines keen psychological observation with acute spiritual insight. It...
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    Decision Making

    We are constantly making decisions, every day, all day: what to eat for breakfast, what to wear, whether to add an umbrella to all...
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    Making Room This Advent

    My father recently moved in with us, and it’s been a time of great squishing. Making the journey to our home, we all squished,...

    Find Your Inner Iggy: Decision Making

    By Fr. Matt Malone, SJ If there is one thing I should know how to do after 10 years of Jesuit training, it’s this: make...

    Desires, Discernment, and Decisions

    Several months ago two Jesuits and I published a book about an Ignatian approach to making decisions--What's Your Decision?  How to Make Choices with...

    Ignatian Decision Making

    I'm proud to announce the publication of What's Your Decision? How to Make Choices with Confidence and Clarity.  This is a book about using...

    The Making of a Jesuit

    Before Becoming a Jesuit”¦A man hears the call within his heart. Jesuits look for men who feel called by God and who also possess”¦ a...

    Three Circumstances for Making a Decision

    Ignatius thought that decisions were made in three circumstances. When there is no doubt. Sometimes the right decision is unmistakably clear. We know what the...
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    An Ignatian Framework for Making a Decision

    11 Steps for Making a Decision Following the Ignatian Method 1. Identify the decision to be made or the issue to be resolved. The issue should be...

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