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    Jesuits Telling Jokes: A (Serious) Introduction to Ignatian Spirituality

    A Spirituality of the Present Moment

    An Augustinian, a Franciscan, and a Jesuit all die and go to heaven. Jesus asks each one: “If you could go back, what would...
    With God in America by Walter J. Ciszek, SJ

    The Wisdom of Walter J. Ciszek, SJ

    Loyola Press just published a collection of writings by Walter J. Ciszek, SJ. If you recognize that name, it’s because Ciszek, a Jesuit priest,...
    pilgrim on the Camino de Santiago

    St. Ignatius Loyola’s 10 Guidelines for Negotiating Life’s Journey

    One June morning, Brendan McManus, SJ, stepped out for a much-needed walk—to be exact, a 500-mile hike on Spain’s renowned Camino de Santiago. A...
    The Other Side of Chaos by Margaret Silf

    The Challenges of Life

    When we are in transition, depending on how serious the breakdown is, we may feel as though almost every aspect of life has been...
    Blessed by Less by Susan V. Vogt

    Blessed by Less

    Your life is an overflowing closet. You know it is. There are sweatshirts folded up in a corner of your mind where your children’s...
    Praying with Ignatius of Loyola by Jacqueline Bergan and Marie Schwan, CSJ

    Honesty and Humility

    Honesty is an integral part of humility, which means saying yes to our humanness, accepting both the agony and the ecstasy of our creaturehood....
    The 15-Minute Prayer Solution by Gary Jansen

    Prayer Is Like Bleeding Your Pipes

    I grew up in a house that was well over a hundred years old. This house had a series of cast-iron radiators to keep...
    Pope Francis meets with children, co-authors of "Dear Pope Francis"

    Pope Francis Made Some New Friends in Rome

    Pope Francis answers 30 questions from children around the world in the newly released Dear Pope Francis. Last week at the Vatican, he met...
    Sacred Space: The Prayer Book

    The Joyful Season

    Lent originally meant “springtime,” and so we can view it as a springtime for the spirit. It is a time also to spring clean...

    Stories in Stones

    I have a little bag of pebbles. They’re so attractive that I use them as visual aids for retreats and workshops. One day during a...