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    Spiritual Exercises

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    Why Make the Spiritual Exercises?

    The best way to savor the graces of Ignatian spirituality (usually) is to make the Spiritual Exercises. Opportunities to do this have greatly expanded...

    Sexuality and Ignatian Spirituality

    Tim Muldoon, who blogs here at dotMagis, has published an excellent article on sexuality and Ignatian spirituality in The Way, a journal published by...

    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...

    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...
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    The Spiritual Exercises in High School

    Religious educators with an Ignatian bent take note. A young Jesuit named Anthony Borrow has been using the Spiritual Exercises in his classes at Dallas...

    What Does it Mean to "Serve"?

    "Service" is a central idea in Ignatian spirituality. But what does it really mean? Here is an excellent article by David Fleming, SJ, that unpacks...

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