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    Bodies, Beauty, and the Grace of the First Week

    Sticking with the theme of new year's resolutions, I've been thinking about a common one: getting fit. It struck me yesterday, while watching a Boston...
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    The Spiritual Exercises and Ignatian Work

    Maureen Waldron of Creighton University thinks that Jesuits should make special efforts to expand the ministry of the Spiritual Exercises to include the lay...

    Resolutions?

    I'm not one to make new year's resolutions, but because my calendar now says 2010 I can't help but think a little about them. I...

    Christmas Pageant

    Two nights ago I witnessed an annual event which has become one of my favorite events of the entire year: the Christmas pageant at...

    Sacred Time

    This evening, Saturday, at Vespers, the Church begins its observance of Advent. He is coming! I marvel at the way the Church has, over...
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    Congressman Cao's Discernment

    Anh "Joseph" Cao got a lot of attention last December when he became the first Vietnamese-American to be elected to Congress. He was in...
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    The “Examen”ed Life

    The fruit of the regular practice of the Examen—or more broadly, the life of regular, cumulative, formative reflection—is living with greater attentiveness, greater readiness,...

    Living with Purpose

    In my freshman seminar yesterday, my class and I were discussing Plato’s Republic, and specifically his strong focus on thinking about the good of...
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    What the Spiritual Exercises Do

    The Exercises give us the confidence that grows from personal experience, says Jim Conroy, SJ, on Busted Halo.  "It gives to men and women...

    Consolation, Desolation, and Feelings

    Consolation and desolation are key ideas in Ignatian discernment, and they are not easy to understand.  Abbot Joseph has a good post about the...

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