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    Our Deepest Desires

    "Desire is a key way that God's voice is heard in our lives," writes Fr. Jim Martin, SJ.   He's not talking about selfish wants,...

    How to Survive Desolation

    What's the most important key to surviving desolation?  I vote for patience.  This author says it's  "sufficient grace," quoting Ignatius: A person who is in...
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    Pay Attention!

    When I was in grade school, I was a daydreamer. I could get lost in the view out of the classroom window, in the...

    Ignatian Decision Making

    I'm proud to announce the publication of What's Your Decision? How to Make Choices with Confidence and Clarity.  This is a book about using...

    Virtue and the Spiritual Exercises

    There's long been a discussion among spiritual directors about the purpose of the Spiritual Exercises. Is the goal to help people make important decisions,...

    Anthony de Mello on the Spiritual Exercises

    The Spiritual Exercises are "a crash program for centering our hearts on God," said Anthony de Mello, the famed Jesuit psychotherapist and spiritual director...

    O'Malley on the Spiritual Exercises

    John O'Malley, SJ, is the featured speaker in the first of a series of videos on the Spiritual Exercises produced by Georgetown University.  The...

    Waiting in the Dark

    My sister and her husband, who live in Oregon, had their inaugural bike ride of the season yesterday. She wrote that the sun was...
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    Pray with Jesuits for Lent

    Ash Wednesday was only yesterday, so it's not too late to start a Lenten prayer program.  We suggested several last week.  Here are two...
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    Spiritual Exercises for the Young

    Nathan Stone, SJ, makes a strong case for giving the Spiritual Exercises to young people.  He thinks that veteran spiritual directors are too  cautious...

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