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    5 Ways to Find God in All Things

    Five Ways to Find God in All Things

    Finding God in all things is a big part of Ignatian spirituality. But finding God in the boring parts of life is easier said...
    A Simple, Life-Changing Prayer by Jim Manney

    The Christian Problem

    One day I was riding a subway in New York City engaging in my favorite New York pastime—people-watching. You can really study people in...

    Finding God in All Things

    The Examen is a simple form for “checking in” daily with God. It's a review of your day, by which you observe how you...
    An Ignatian Prayer Adventure online retreat

    An Ignatian Prayer Adventure: Week 2

    St. Ignatius believed that we can find God in all things, at every moment, even in the most ordinary times. To do this, we...

    Some Other Ideas for Lent

    The Lent-Easter Ignatian Prayer Adventure online retreat started yesterday, but you can join in any time.  Take a look. I thought I'd mention a couple...

    Here’s a Good Idea

    Blogger Wayne Stratz found a book that helped his prayer life quite a bit.  It helped mine too. And youth minister Daniel Haugh, who works...
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    How Does Hope Shape Us?

    A driving dynamic of Advent is hope. If we had nothing to hope for, there would be no point to this season. The original...
    Lunchtime Examen

    More Lent Ideas

    I suggested the Lunchtime Examen the other day as a Lenten practice you might consider.  Here are a couple of other ideas for online...

    A Short Course on Prayer

    By J.J. O'Leary, SJ O'Leary explores the reality of prayer in a practical way. Some of the comments are directed specifically to students or teachers,...
    Lenten Resources from IgnatianSpirituality.com

    Lent Resources

    Lent is a season of repentance and renewal. We turn away from our sinfulness and recommit ourselves to following Jesus. Ignatian contemplation and reflective...

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