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    Journey Through the Life of Jesus: A Lenten Webinar with Andrea Tornielli and Sr. Bernadette Reis, FSP - presenters pictured next to book cover of "The Life of Jesus"

    Journey Through the Life of Jesus: A Lenten Webinar

    Lent is a time for entering more deeply into the profound mysteries of Christ’s life. One of the ways we do this is through...
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    The Journey of Lent

    In an episode of Pop-Up Prayer, Fr. Andy Alexander, SJ, explains that “Lent is a journey that is about what God wants to give...
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    To Individuals Who Are Lonely

    Fr. Kevin O’Brien, SJ, encourages individuals who feel lonely to try converting loneliness to solitude. He says, “You might find in those times of...
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    Light in Ordinary Time

    A family member recently remarked to me that now that New Year’s celebrations are over, and both Christmas and seasonal fall activities are over,...
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    Reflecting God

    I strive for distractions-free prayer spaces, and I was sure the stateroom balcony on our once-in-a-lifetime cruise would be such a place. A monotonous...
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    Predisposing Ourselves to Prayer

    In an episode of Pop-Up Prayer, Fr. Brice Higginbotham shares thoughts about listening for God’s voice in the silence and predisposing ourselves to prayer....
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    To Individuals Who Are in Pain or Suffering

    Fr. Kevin O’Brien, SJ, encourages those who are in pain or suffering with a brief video message. He says, “It’s part of being human,...
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    Merry Christmas

    On this Christmas Day, enjoy “The Huron Carol,” written by the Jesuit martyr St. Jean de Brébeuf. He wrote it in the language of...
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    To Individuals Who Are Struggling to Make a Big Decision

    Fr. Kevin O’Brien, SJ, encourages those who do not know how to make a big decision to learn about Ignatian discernment. “The great thing...
    James Tissot (French, 1836-1902). The Woman with an Infirmity of Eighteen Years (La femme malade depuis dix-huit ans), 1886-1896. Opaque watercolor over graphite on gray wove paper, Image: 9 1/2 x 7 1/8 in. (24.1 x 18.1 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Purchased by public subscription, 00.159.144 (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, 00.159.144_PS2.jpg)

    Set Free

    This story is inspired by Luke 13:10–17. Eighteen years is a lifetime. Mercilessly, the crippling spirit worked me over, a little at a time. It...

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