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Sin: The Individual Portrait

We have begun to consider what sin looks like in the big picture. But that's not enough. Sooner or later, I must take that...

Sin and Falling Short of Ideals

Looking at our sins and faults allows us to take responsibility for them. We can possess them; they no longer possess us. We become...

Sin: The Big Picture

Lent is the season during which we consider what it means to be fallen creation, in need of divine help. In Week 3 of...

Join An Ignatian Prayer Adventure Week 3

An Ignatian Prayer Adventure continues with Week 3 materials ready today. Our theme is “Something's Broken,” and we consider the effects of sin in...

Lent-Easter Retreat Week 2

Week 2 of our Ignatian Prayer Adventure retreat begins today.  The theme of the week is "Finding God in All Things."Don't worry if you...

Becoming Free

We're reflecting on freedom in this first week of An Ignatian Prayer Adventure. Ignatius has a radical view of spiritual freedom. He says that to...

An Ignatian Prayer Adventure Begins

An Ignatian Prayer Adventure begins today. Our focus for this first week of the retreat is “Love, Freedom, and Purpose.” We'll consider questions such...

For Lent, Try An Ignatian Prayer Adventure (Online Retreat)

What are you doing for Lent? Am I the first to ask?  Ash Wednesday is only two weeks from today--a date I've been keenly aware...

Ignatian Adventure

Anyone interested in the Spiritual Exercises should read Fr. Kevin O'Brien's book The Ignatian Adventure. He talks about why he wrote the book in...

Stay Away from Motives

Here's some good advice from Anthony Lusvardi, SJ, writing on the the Whosoever Desires blog: Stay away from motives.  If you find yourself attacking ...

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