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    Accepting Grace

    Ignatian spirituality appeals to people of multiple Christian denominations, as a recent post at Las Puertas Abiertas de Par en Par shows. Rosa reflects...
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    Technology and Community

    When my mother was dying, the family gathered around her bed as she was anointed. Four of the five of us children were there....
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    Honoring Mary

    Catholics traditionally give special honor to Mary during the month of May. With that in mind, and remembering that St. Ignatius had a strong...
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    New Eyes of Gratitude, Grace, and Freedom

    Recently a post written by Glennon Doyle Melton at her blog Momastery spread like wildfire through my Facebook newsfeed. The post, “Give Me Gratitude...

    Mobile Ministry

    Mount Manresa, a Jesuit retreat center on Staten Island, is closing after a century of retreat ministry.  But far from stopping this valuable work,...

    How Indifferent Are You?

    Ignatius really means it when he says that we need to be "indifferent to all created things."  In his Principle and Foundation at the...

    The Grace of Detachment

    The grace of indifference or detachment is often what we hope for in prayer. It is the place where we have surrendered to God...

    The Meaning of Detachment

    By Margaret Silf From Inner Compass Ignatius urges us to seek the freedom of detachment or indifference. Neither of these words carries weight in today's language...

    A Spirituality of Action

    One characteristic of Ignatian spirituality is its focus and commitment to action. By Monika K. Hellwig From An Ignatian Spirituality Reader, edited by George W. Traub,...

    Theology and Ecclesiology

    Theology has been described as “faith seeking understanding,” and ecclesiology is the study of the Church. IgnatianSpirituality.com does not pretend to cover either of...

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