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    Have you ever considered going home as a pilgrimage? Maybe you're going back to the hometown of your childhood, or maybe you're going to the town in which you attended college or got married or began your career. If...
    When my children were younger, we would go on long road trips during the winter holiday from school to visit our families. We’d eagerly pack up our bags, make sure there were plenty of snacks for the little ones,...
    Eric A. Clayton, author of Cannonball Moments, talks about the role of writing in prayer. In a Pop-Up Prayer interview, he explains how he entered into the Ignatian colloquy through his experience of writing. Prepare for Advent with Ignatian-inspired resources....
    Fr. Pedro Arrupe, SJ, was born on November 14, 1907, and founded Jesuit Refugee Service on November 14, 1980. Now, November 14 is recognized as JRS Day. In honor of JRS Day and its founder, join us this week...
    Fr. Pedro Arrupe, SJ, was born on November 14, 1907, and founded Jesuit Refugee Service on November 14, 1980. Now, November 14 is recognized as JRS Day. In honor of JRS Day and its founder, join us this week...
    Fr. Pedro Arrupe, SJ, was born on November 14, 1907, and founded Jesuit Refugee Service on November 14, 1980. Today November 14 is recognized as JRS Day. In honor of JRS Day and its founder, join us this week...
    The weeks leading up to Christmas can be hectic to say the least. The upcoming holiday season presents a blinding rush of options and opportunities for celebrating with family, friends, and co-workers. And no matter how hard we try...
    I am not a sporty person. Bookish—yes. The kind of person who sings to musicals—yes. I was the kid with asthma and the one for whom just standing on the grass on the playground made me break out into...
    We hadn’t expected mermaids. Unicorns, sure. The queen? Most likely. Knights and jousting and turkey legs—obviously. But mermaids? My daughters were enchanted. “I have a question, Daddy,” the eldest, four-and-a-half, said. “Sure,” I replied. “Ask the pirate.” I motioned for the man with...
    Keeping a gratitude journal in which we write down the particular gifts of each day trains our brains to see the good around us. It also feels great. And we can’t keep this to ourselves. Studies find that we overestimate...

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