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    An Ignatian Prayer Adventure

    Imaginative Prayer

    One of the best things about the Spiritual Exercises for me was learning about imaginative prayer. In today's video, I talk about my experience...
    An Ignatian Prayer Adventure online retreat

    An Ignatian Prayer Adventure: Week 4

    This week we move into the Second Week or main section of the Spiritual Exercises. In the First Week, we savored the grace of...
    An Ignatian Prayer Adventure online retreat

    An Ignatian Prayer Adventure: Week 1

    We begin our online Ignatian Prayer Adventure by reflecting on God's unconditional love for each of us. Then Days 3 and 4 introduce a...
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    Ignatian Contemplation: Imaginative Prayer

    By Kevin O'Brien, SJ From The Ignatian Adventure Ignatius was convinced that God can speak to us as surely through our imagination as through our thoughts...
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    Advent Resources

    During the four weeks of Advent, we prepare for the celebration of Christ’s birth through prayer and reflection. We contemplate the First Coming of...

    The Spiritual Exercises

    The Spiritual Exercises are a compilation of meditations, prayers, and contemplative practices developed by St. Ignatius Loyola to help people deepen their relationship with...
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    One Particular Cat and the Resurrection

    This post is based on Week Eight of An Ignatian Prayer Adventure. I don’t like cats. We never had a cat growing up. We were all...
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    Signs of Peace

    This post is based on Week Six of An Ignatian Prayer Adventure. We’ve become all too familiar with images of war, violence, and destruction. We...
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    Come Here

    The Second Week of the Spiritual Exercises encourages us to ask for the grace to know Jesus, the man who drew people to himself...
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    Giving Myself Permission to Make Adjustments in Ignatian Contemplation

    I have always considered myself terrible at Ignatian contemplation. That’s a form of prayer that invites one to place oneself in a scene from...

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