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    Imitatio sancti

    A misspent youth, getting caught up in riches and all sorts of vanity.  A soldier, seeking the honors that the world tells him are...
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    A Judge for the Spiritual Exercises

    The Spiritual Exercises were originally given in a month-long retreat of about 30 days. Today, the most common way to make the Exercises is...

    All Creatures of Our God and King

    Just opened a can of (dolphin-safe) tuna and almost drained the can into cute little bowls that I no longer have for cats who...

    Ignatius-Man of Action

    Something to think about | "For Ignatius, and preeminently in the Spiritual Exercises, something is always happening. Most important, it is of ultimate...

    Newman

    Today Pope Benedict XVI beatified John Henry Cardinal Newman, one of my heroes.  A formative period in my life was during the 1990-91 academic...

    Howard Gray on the Spiritual Exercises

    A friend sent me the link to a series of excellent "conversations" about Ignatius and the Spiritual Exercises led by Howard Gray, SJ, an...

    “I was a stranger”¦*

    I should probably cut myself a break. After all, it has only been six weeks since I moved to Baltimore (aka Charm City...

    Using the Examen to Change

    Aaron Pidel, SJ, thinks that this observation in a Times article on self-monitoring is right on the mark.  When we try to change we simply...
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    A Meditation for Labor Day

    The Call of the King is a meditation in the Spiritual Exercises that invites us to join Christ in his work of healing the...

    His Life Was Good but His Thinking Was Bad

    One of my favorite characters in fiction is Konstantin Dmitrich Levin in Leo Tolstoy's great novel Anna Karenina.  Levin is an intelligent young aristocrat...

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