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    Greg Herrle

    Greg Herrle is a healthcare actuary. He is a graduate of Marquette University High School and Boston College. He and his wife Ruth currently live in the Milwaukee area. In 2012, they followed the route of St. Ignatius from Loyola to Manresa in Spain. You can read about their adventure at http://herrlecaminoignaciano2012.blogspot.com.

    Falling in Love

    This is a guest post by Greg Herrle for Week Eight of An Ignatian Prayer Adventure.Looking back on this Ignatian Prayer Adventure, I experienced many ups and downs. At...

    Battling Through Prayer

    This is a guest post by Greg Herrle for Week Five of An Ignatian Prayer Adventure.These past two weeks have been particularly hectic for me at work, which I...

    Responding with Love

    This is a guest post by Greg Herrle for Week Three of An Ignatian Prayer Adventure.I'll just plain admit that the idea of spending a week reflecting on my...

    Being Aware of How God Is Near

    This is a guest post by Greg Herrle, as he begins An Ignatian Prayer Adventure.As I completed my first retreat as a freshman in high school, I remember wanting...

    On the Camino: Knee Trouble

    About a year ago my mother told me about a yard sign she had seen: "Want to make God laugh? Tell Him your plans." I love plans.  I am an...

    On the Camino: Three Friends

    On Sunday we arrived in the town of Navarrete, completing our first full week of the Camino Ignaciano. We completed the mountain stages of the Camino, which are supposedly...