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    Can you name all 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the US? Test your knowledge here. I thought I knew them all, but I missed four.
    The List is a weekly feature highlighting something remarkable, offbeat, or otherwise noteworthy from the world of the Jesuits and Ignatian spirituality. Gary Smith is a 72-year-old Jesuit who has spent the last several years in refugee camps in...
    William Barry, SJ, one my favorite spiritual writers, says that  friendship is at the heart of  our relationship with God.  So this week I'm putting the Ignatian tag on a song about friendship.   It's  "You've Got a Friend...
    Mark Massa, SJ, tells his students at Fordham that “sitting at Mass doesn’t make you a Christian, any more than sitting in a garage makes you a car.” He thinks that the Catholic emphasis on a mediated, sacramental...
    The List is a weekly feature highlighting something remarkable, offbeat, or otherwise noteworthy from the world of Ignatian spirituality.I'm not surprised to run into Jesuits with offbeat hobbies and unusual talents, but Ryan Duns, SJ, stands out.  He's a...
    My friend Paul Campbell listed the ten best Ignatian movies on his People for Others blog. (The best in his opinion. Check out the comments.) I thought I'd try my hand at Ignatian songs. What's an Ignatian song, you ask?...
    The List is a weekly feature highlighting something remarkable, offbeat, or otherwise noteworthy from the world of Ignatian spirituality."A Franciscan, a Dominican, and a Jesuit walk into a bar . . . "People tell jokes about rabbis, lawyers, blondes,...
    Featuring weightlifting, baseball, and rugby. These Jesuits don't play soccer.
    Did you know that Ignatian prayer is "kataphatic" as opposed to "apophatic?" Neither did I. Actually, these fancy words point to a useful distinction. "Kataphatic" prayer has content; it uses words, images, symbols, ideas. "Apophatic" prayer has no content. It means...
    You've arrived at dotMagis, the blog of IgnatianSpirituality.com.  New blog, new website.  What are they all about? IgnatianSpirituality.com is intended to help everyone understand and benefit from the spiritual insights of Ignatius Loyola.  These ideas can help you pray, make...

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