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    My Hourglass

    I was standing in the parking lot of Campion Hall at Seattle University, my eyes welling with tears that I refused to let fall...
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    The Great Re-Imaginer

    Having faith and hope seems almost absurd in times like these. The brokenness, darkness, and suffering of our world are in plain sight. Uncertainty...
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    Soul to Soul

    The loud clang, clang, clang of the church bells resounding across the quad combined with the incessant chatter of excited kids running out of...
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    Cleansing Rain

    I recently had one of those weeks when I couldn’t do anything right. Looking back on it now, I see that God had a...
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    Prayers Before Zoom School

    My children, like so many in COVID times, are in Zoom school. Each morning we take our laptops to separate parts of the house...
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    In the Eye of the Storm

    In Louisiana, we have five seasons: winter, spring, summer, fall, and hurricane. I’ve lived through many hurricanes, some minor, some catastrophic. One characteristic of...
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    When I Feel the Ground Disappearing Beneath Me

    One evening in early August, I stood in my kitchen in front of three open lunch boxes, feeling anxiety welling up in me. In...
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    Finding God in Our Desires

    In the world I have known, the American Midwest, the word desire has been used too often in the context of lust and sex....
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    There’s Such a State as Difficult Consolation

    All of us are rightly wary of the incorrect reduction of the concepts of desolation and consolation to merely feeling bad and feeling good....
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    The Hope of Sidewalk Victory Gardens

    Editor’s note: Throughout July, we’re celebrating 31 Days with St. Ignatius, a month-long celebration of Ignatian spirituality. In addition to the calendar of Ignatian...

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