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    Ignatian Songs

    Best Ignatian Songs: I Got a Name

    John Predmore, SJ, says that Jim Croce's classic ballad "I Got a Name" "best reflects the events in my life that have led me...

    Best Ignatian Songs: String Quartet No. 1

    The Best Ignatian Song feature of this blog has been on the shelf for some months.  I've dusted it off to feature the "String...
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    Best Ignatian Songs: Jesus Ahatonhia

    "Jesus ahatonhia," our last Christmas song of the season, is probably the first Christmas carol written in North America. The title means "Jesus, he...

    Best Ignatian Songs: And the Glory of the Lord

    About ten days ago I went to a performance of Handel's Messiah by the University Musical Society at the University of Michigan.  I do...

    Best Ignatian Songs: Silent Night

    "Silent Night" is said to be the most popular Christmas carol of all. Its main rival is "White Christmas," which is a secular...

    Best Ignatian Songs: What a Wonderful World

    I'll bet that you already know and love this week's Ignatian song, but tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day.  There's no better time to listen to...

    Best Ignatian Songs: I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For

    Our Ignatian song this week is U2's "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For." It's a song of deep spiritual yearning. You broke...

    Best Ignatian Songs: Give Me Love

    The Ignatian song this week is a ditty called "Give Me Love" by the Beatle George Harrison.  It's a simple song. The words are...

    Best Ignatian Songs: Heavenly Day

    This week's Ignatian song is the lovely ballad "Heavenly Day," written by the eclectic folk-county-rock artist Patty Griffin. I ran across it about the...

    Best Ignatian Songs: People Get Ready

    Ignatian spirituality calls us to join Christ's work in the world--now, today. It looks eagerly for the coming of the Kingdom.  A song...

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