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

    Ignatian Songs

    Best Ignatian Songs: Laughing With

    Regina Spektor is an indie pop singer-songwriter and pianist with a serious bent.  She's written several songs on biblical themes.  In "Laughing With," she...

    Best Ignatian Songs: O Bone Jesu

    Here is a sublime Holy Week meditation by the Ignatian Schola, a vocal ensemble in Manhattan composed of Jesuits and lay colleagues. O bone Jesu miserere...

    Best Ignatian Songs: You Are Not Alone

    I like this song, the singer (Mavis Staples), and the acoustic accompaniment by Jeff Tweedy, who wrote it.  (Tweedy is also the lead singer...

    Best Ignatian Songs: One of Us

    I'm in a small group for Lent in my parish, and the other night we talked about how hard it is to see Christ...

    Best Ignatian Songs: I Say a Little Prayer

    It's Valentine's Day. Give her flowers, write him a poem, dress up and go out for a special dinner--but also say a little prayer...

    Best Ignatian Songs: I Dreamed a Dream

    Right after she saw the movie Les Misérables, my daughter Sarah texted me: "Great movie. Bring Kleenex." Right on both counts. Great movie. Les...

    Best Ignatian Songs: Tears of God

    Much of the music from the rock-blues-R&B band Los Lobos derives from Mexican Catholic culture.  Check out the picture of Our Lady of Guadalupe...

    Best Ignatian Songs: “Immanuel”

    Here's a New Year's proclamation--a great song by Michael Card sung by school children in Chester Cathedral in the UK.  

    Best Ignatian Songs: "Comfort, Comfort, O My People"

    "Comfort, Comfort, O My People" is a lovely Advent hymn, based on verses from Isaiah 40.  This version is by the Ignatian Schola, a...

    Best Ignatian Songs: "O Come O Come Emmanuel"

    It's early December, winter, cold mornings and barren landscapes and leaden skies. It's the time of Advent--the season of longing for the light of Christ...

    FEATURED