Becky Eldredge Social Media Takeover

Becky Eldredge Social Media TakeoverBecky Eldredge will be a familiar name to regular readers of dotMagis. Spiritual director, retreat facilitator, and writer, Becky has been a long-time contributor to this blog. Now’s your chance to meet her at a special Facebook event, Monday, February 13, 2017.

From 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. CST, Becky will be hosting a “Social Media Takeover” and acting as the voice of Loyola Press’s Ignatian Spirituality Facebook channel. She will appear on Facebook LIVE video to chat with you about the following topics:

9:00 a.m. Praying in Daily Life

12:00 p.m. Encountering God in Busyness

6:00 p.m. Prayer in Family Life

The event celebrates Becky’s new book Busy Lives & Restless Souls: How Prayer Can Help You Find the Missing Peace in Your Life.

Stop by to join the conversation and post your comments and questions throughout the day on February 13, or start now with the pre-event discussion.


  1. Becky, I’ve enjoyed your reflections and posts these many months-thank you. You posts about “couples inventory’ which you posted just after the new year was particularly helpful. Having been married for 42 years and having spent my adult life involved in Jesuit education I chuckled at not ever having used the format which you and your husband use! Now with 6 grown children (5 daughters and a son) weddings the last 3 years and our first grandchild on the way March 15th (or thereabouts) weddings, sacramental weddings, children and the profound spiritual significance have become a centerpiece of family (4 in 31/2 years!). I share all this because I’m trying to find a way to inspire these young couples to explore this wonderful Ignatian Spirituality page -and blogs like yours. But, I’m also aware that having ‘Dad’ reference them too much can have quite the opposite affect.. Your ‘social media takeover’ was both brave and thought provoking as I reflect on how best to invite their interest. I’m sure you and your colleagues at Ignatian Spirituality have probably contemplated how to ‘connect the generations’ and I look forward to you continuing your spiritually imaginative endeavors. Bless you and your beautiful family. Thank you.

  2. I too am not on Facebook and sorry to miss this event. Becky never fails to reach her audience with a strong message no matter the age group.


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