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    It can be difficult to pray during times of suffering. Words simply may not come, and God may seem distant. Join award-winning author Barbara Lee for a webinar that will draw from her book, Praying Through Pain, to offer...
    I want the power that comes with knowledge of things beyond me. And yet the only power I will ever have is how I respond to the feelings within me. For all their centuries of scientific study and teaching in...
    Vinita Hampton Wright, author of Small Simple Ways: An Ignatian Daybook for Healthy Spiritual Living, talks about the role of emotions in prayer in an episode of Pop-Up Prayer. She says, “God really wants us to deal with life...
    The Jesuits have launched the Jesuit Pilgrimage app. The press release explains: It aims to give an intimate experience of the locations that helped make Ignatius of Loyola a saint. Through maps, 360-degree photographs, audio, and text meditations, users can...
    Joe Paprocki, author and National Consultant for Faith Formation at Loyola Press, talks about his experience with a spiritual director in this brief video.  For more information about spiritual direction, see: Spiritual Direction: Is It Right for Me? How to...
    One of my favorite Christmas pastimes is storytelling. Truth be told, I like to tell stories all year long, but Christmas just lends itself easily to storytelling. We remember old traditions passed down from our families of origin: How...
    This year, as Advent began, I wasn’t feeling ready. I just couldn’t get into the spirit of Advent. I talked with my spiritual director about it. We troubleshooted. I had been sidelined by illness for three months straight and unable...
    Editor’s note: Jim Manney is the author of A Simple, Life-Changing Prayer and other books about Ignatian spirituality. Below is an excerpt he shares from his newest book, What Matters Most and Why: Living the Spirituality of St. Ignatius...
    This story is inspired by the second reading for the Third Sunday of Advent (Cycle A), James 5:7–10. “Now?” “No, Jesus,” Mary said gently as she mended a shirt. They sat by the hearth waiting for Joseph to return from working...
    Many people enjoy decorating their homes or offices with poinsettias during the holiday season. Poinsettias, or flores de Nochebuena, are associated with Christmas on the basis of a Mexican story about a girl who wanted to bring a gift...

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