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    Brendan McManus, SJ, has some relevant advice for us in this time of pandemic, as he talks about fear and trust: “We can’t make ourselves not be afraid. But we can develop the ability to trust and see the...
    This post is based on Week Five of An Ignatian Prayer Adventure. The popular hip hop artist took the stage as 15,000-plus fans cheered. He danced and jumped and ran the length of the catwalk while dazzling lights, smoke, and...
    Editor’s note: This article was written before we started practicing social distancing to avoid the spread of sickness. But the lesson of being compassionate is still timely, if enacted differently these weeks. Peering through my frozen breath, I gazed at...
    If you’re participating in our Finding God in the Mess Read-Along, you’ll notice that one of the chapters addresses how we connect to each other in a world driving toward a contactless society. Our planned video for today features...
    This post is based on Week Four of An Ignatian Prayer Adventure and inspired by Luke 1:26. I wait by God’s throne, ready to spring into action at any second. I stand in awe of Divine Majesty as I watch...
    What might St. Ignatius give us as advice in these times of COVID-19? Nikolaas Sintobin, SJ, in the voice of St. Ignatius, shares four tips to get through these troubled times in an article for the Jesuits in Ireland. Sintobin...
    Acknowledge how you are feeling in this moment. If being calm is hard, acknowledge it. If you find yourself frustrated or stressed, acknowledge it. God wants to be present in all parts of our lives—not just the easy or...
    To live lives of joy is not to depend on happiness or temporary experiences. It is to seek out the better path and walk it. Watch the video below to hear Jim Deeds read the rest of this excerpt from...
    This parable is based on Week Three of An Ignatian Prayer Adventure. A man stepped out his front door and stumbled on a box. He recognized it immediately as one of his very bad habits, and he felt discouraged. Not...
    Consider praying with the Lunchtime Examen as we continue our journey through Lent. Jim Manney leads six audio sessions of prayer, addressing questions such as “Why is this a good way to pray?” and “What do our feelings have...

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