• What Is Ignatian Spirituality?
  • Making Good Decisions
  • Ignatian Voices
More

    Ignatian Voices

    Portrait of Pope Francis by Bogdan Solomenco (CC0 1.0)

    Pope’s Message for Lent

    Pope Francis wants that “the season of Lent in this Jubilee Year be lived more intensely as a privileged moment to celebrate and experience...
    Around the Web - dotMagis highlights something from another site

    Intergenerational Socializing

    Ashley McKinless, associate editor of America, reflects on intergenerational socializing and her recent pilgrimage in “Pathfinding in Spain.” It’s worth reading the full article,...
    Around the Web - dotMagis highlights something from another site

    A Jesuit’s Pilgrimage Experience

    At Jesuits.org, Dan Dixon, SJ, shares his story of pilgrimage to Mexico in 2013, with his initial anxiety and eventual embracing of the experience. Oaxaca...
    Walking with Jesus book by Pope Francis

    No Excuse for a Closed Heart

    Another question I ask: in the evening, how do you conclude your day? With the Lord or in front of the television? How is...
    trophy

    Competitive Spirit

    How strong is your competitive spirit? Garrett Gundlach, SJ, considers trophy collections and a recent cut-throat board game night. “Don’t let the perfect be the...
    bikes in Amsterdam

    Finding God in Amsterdam

    Jim Corkery, SJ, is a member of the Irish Jesuit Province and teaches theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. He recently joined...
    Heroic Living by Chris Lowney

    Not Many Things But Much

    A Latin proverb adds a spiritual dimension to the point: non multa sed multum, or “not many things but much.” Jesuits didn’t coin that...
    Francesco Zuccarelli, “Landscape with the Transfiguration of Christ”

    The Transfiguration

    Let us look at the Transfiguration (Mark 9:2–8) with its obvious reference to the baptism of Jesus in the Jordan (Mark 1:9). At the...
    hands reaching to each other

    The People for Others That Inspire Me

    In 1973, Pedro Arrupe, SJ, changed my life. (I was four years old at the time, toddling around a backyard on the other side...
    A Purposeful Path: How Far Can You Go with $30, a Bus Ticket, and a Dream? by Casey Beaumier, SJ

    Casey Beaumier, SJ, on Pilgrimage

    Casey Beaumier, SJ—author of A Purposeful Path: How Far Can You Go with $30, a Bus Ticket, and a Dream?—spoke at a Boston College...

    FEATURED