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    Paul had an extraordinarily active life. It’s exhausting just to read about his missionary journeys: the many times he was shipwrecked, persecuted, imprisoned, and beaten. Finally, he was accused of various crimes by the Jewish authorities and exercised his...
    Each day, God gives me enough time. It sure doesn’t feel like it. Today I did not have time to play my guitar or piano or read a novel, nor did I quilt, exercise, write an overdue thank-you note, or nap....
    St. Ignatius wrote many letters, and on occasion I read from a collection of them to learn more about his approach to applying spirituality in a practical way to life. I recently read one in which he had been...
    I have heard that God always answers prayer. Sometimes the answer is “Yes.” Sometimes it is “No.” And sometimes it is “Wait.” There was a time when God’s answer to my prayer was “Wait.” I didn’t really listen, though. I...
    While most of us do not have experiences quite as dramatic as St. Ignatius’s cannonball moment, we still have our stories of experiences that served as catalysts leading to change in our lives. In recognizing our own cannonball moments,...
    I despise gardening! It’s not gardening’s fault, really. It’s mine. I do occasionally try to garden, but every time, it fails miserably. Usually my foray into gardening begins with the sudden desire to have beautiful flowers adorn my front door. I...
    With all our technology we truly have the capacity to live our lives in almost constant contact with others virtually anywhere. So really, I don't ever have to say goodbye. We can live on via e-mail forever. I wonder...
    The Ignatian Solidarity Network announces an eco poetry retreat. Meg Liebsch, from the Office of Justice and Ecology of the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States, will be leading the online event May 2–5, 2022. Connect with...
    The Church of St. Luke & St. Matthew in Brooklyn, NY, brings us this 15-minute guided Ignatian reflection on John 21:1–14. We are invited to place ourselves in the story in which Jesus appears to seven disciples at the...
    When my children were younger, we used to go to the Easter Vigil Mass. As a result, Easter morning was at home. The Easter Bunny visited the night before and left not only an Easter basket with candy and...

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