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    The Birth of Jesus: Part of the Family Now

    This post is based on Week Four of An Ignatian Prayer Adventure. For this particular reflection, I’m sharing a raw journal entry. The following...
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    Imaginative Contemplation with Pray-as-You-Go

    Pray-as-You-Go has released the second in a planned series of imaginative contemplation exercises. Listen to it below; it’s the story of the woman with...

    I Am Yosef

    O Lord, I am Yosef. I am David's son, heir to your holy promise to make of this people a great nation. But I am small...

    Our Inconceivable God

    "We are all searching, and ultimately—whether we know it or no—we are searching for God. Ultimately, we are searching for the Ultimate, and the...

    A Thought on Reverence

    I recently heard that Fr. Jerry Fagin, SJ, is ailing.  He's a Loyola Press author and a professor at Loyola University in New Orleans. ...

    Prayer of All Things

    "The earth is the only road that can lead us to heaven. There is no other. And the earth is not an idea, an...

    He Is Risen!

    Do you not know that all of us who have been baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into his death? Therefore we have been...

    Prayer Exercise: Enjoying Jesus’ Presence

    Remember a time when you saw Jesus with the inner eyes of your soul, when you experienced his presence in a vivid way, when...

    Gabriel Is Surprised

    Fr. Jim Martin, SJ, notes something unusual in a Renaissance depiction of the Annunciation: Mary is surprised, but the angel Gabriel seems to be...

    Nativity Mosaic

    This depiction of the Nativity is a mosaic by Fr. Marko Rupnik, SJ, in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel at Sacred Heart University in Connecticut. ...

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