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    Facebook 10,000!

    Yesterday the Ignatian Spirituality page on Facebook passed a milestone when it received its 10,000th "like."  That's a nice big round number--something to celebrate. ...


    The most basic spiritual practice is learning silence.  Practicing silence is an act of faith precisely because one cannot know for certain that anything...

    Learning to Live Reverently

    By Gerald M. Fagin, SJ From Putting on the Heart of Christ: How the Spiritual Exercises Invite Us to a Virtuous Life Reverence is a virtue...
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    What the Spiritual Exercises Do

    The Exercises give us the confidence that grows from personal experience, says Jim Conroy, SJ, on Busted Halo.  "It gives to men and women...

    The Difference Between Consolation and Feeling Good

    By Margaret Silf From Inner Compass: An Invitation to Ignatian Spirituality It isn’t always obvious that there is a difference between experiencing spiritual consolation and simply...

    Karl Rahner, SJ (1904-1984)

    One of the most important theologians of the 20th century, Karl Rahner was born in March 1904. He was the fourth of seven children,...
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    Pray with Your Imagination

    By David L. Fleming, SJ From What Is Ignatian Spirituality? Ignatius would never have thought of himself as a highly educated intellectual. He had an advanced...