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    Lord Jesus, Teach Me to Be Generous

    In celebration of our fifth anniversary, we invited our dotMagis bloggers to reflect on the individual lines of St. Ignatius’s Prayer for Generosity. “I don’t...
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    What’s Difficult Is the Follow-Through

    The thing is, it’s easy to imagine yourself doing great works of mercy. It’s easy to have good intentions. What’s difficult is the follow-through,...

    With the "Blessed”

    The stench of the mud hut with the tin roof that was home to a woman dying of breast cancer, her two children in...
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    A Change of Preposition

    A little change of preposition can make a big difference. Imagine that you see a disheveled looking man holding a cardboard sign saying “Hungry, out...
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    A Place at the Table

    We always hear how Jesus ate with sinners, but it really struck me the other day when in the Gospel passage where Jesus is...
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    Ministry of Presence

    A few weeks ago, Beth Knobbe shared about her mission trip to Haiti. Today we share the video reflections of two Northwestern University students...

    We Learned a Lot on Haiti Mission Trip

    This is a guest post.There are two phrases that I consistently use to describe our mission trip to Haiti—“it was interesting” and “we learned...

    Ignatian Family Teach-In 2011

    More than a thousand people representing the Ignatian "family" will gather in Washington November 12-14 for learning, prayer, and networking.  The theme of  the...

    What the Poor Teach the Comfortable

    Dean Brackley, SJ, died recently.  He was an American Jesuit who moved to the University of Central America in 1989 shortly after the murders...

    Christ Stumbles through Our Streets

    Something to think about | I hold that every poor man, every vagrant, every beggar is Christ carrying his cross. And as Christ, we...

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