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    Spiritual Exercises

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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...

    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...
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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...

    A Lesson from a Homeless Man

    Something to think about | The purpose of the Exercises is both freedom from inordinate attachment and union with God and God's way....
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    Desire and the Church

    During this week of Pentecost I have been thinking about the Church as an institution, a community launched by Christ and gifted with the...

    The Spiritual Exercises and Wall Street

    Chris Lowney is a former Jesuit, former J.P. Morgan investment banker, and currently full-time speaker and author.  He recently gave a talk at Fordham...

    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...
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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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