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    William Barry, SJ: Life, Legacy, and the Ignatian Year

    To kick off the Ignatian Year, Loyola Press brought together some of the great minds of Ignatian spirituality to reflect on and discuss the...
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    The Ignatian Way for the Ignatian Year

    Soon we’ll begin an Ignatian Year for the Society of Jesus and all who follow the ways of Ignatian spirituality. May 20, 2021, the...
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    Can I Really Tell God How I Feel?

    I was talking with a friend the other day, and she said, “I am so sad and angry and disappointed that I just can’t...
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    Five Steps to Transform Negativity Through Prayer

    St. Ignatius, who initially knew life as a vain soldier and courtier, was able to turn his superficial life around by attending to his...
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    Looking Back on Prayer

    We can look back on prayer in more than one way. Judge what is most helpful for you at this time. Prayer at Different Life...
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    His Face in My Mirror

    This story is inspired by Luke 7:36–50 and John 12:1–8. I bought that expensive perfumed oil for myself. I don’t think I’m wealthy, but I...
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    The Anima Christi on Good Friday

    Marina Berzins McCoy writes in her post, The Anima Christi During Holy Week: Jesus’ wounds also serve as a resting place for us. “Within your...
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    Five Ways to Get the Most Out of Lent Before It’s Gone

    The general consensus is that it’s been difficult to engage with Lent this year, because the entire year has felt like a never-ending Lent....
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    How Does He Treat His Mother?

    This post is based on Week Six of An Ignatian Prayer Adventure. John 2:1–11 details the events that occurred at the wedding feast at Cana....
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    Lenten Read-Along: A Prayer for New Life

    Help me live into new life. Help me to unclench my tight fists. Breathe new life into my lungs, hands, feet, voice. These are...