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    An Ignatian Prayer Adventure online retreat

    The Birth of Jesus: Part of the Family Now

    This post is based on Week Four of An Ignatian Prayer Adventure. For this particular reflection, I’m sharing a raw journal entry. The following...
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    Holding Baby Jesus

    “And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us” (John 1:14). That one sentence took on a whole new meaning for me when I experienced...
    An Ignatian Prayer Adventure online retreat

    An Imagination Encounter with Jesus

    In the previous post, I briefly described various aspects of Jesus' personality and the different roles he plays in the Gospel accounts. I asked...

    Imagine What Isn't Said

    Imaginative prayer is a big part of the Ignatian Adventure retreat, now in week six, and it's been a big topic on this blog. ...

    Contemplation on the Incarnation Part Two: Mary’s Human Response

    By Daniel Ruff, SJ A recurring pattern in the Spiritual Exercises has St. Ignatius starting the retreatant off praying at the “cosmic” level, and then...

    Contemplation on the Incarnation Part One: The Trinity Looks Down from Heaven

    By Daniel Ruff, SJ The lion's share of the Spiritual Exercises, perhaps two-thirds, is given over to imaginative contemplation of Gospel episodes from the life...

    Praying with Scripture

    By Douglas J. Leonhardt, SJ Lectio Divina and Gospel Contemplation are two ways to pray with Scripture. Fr. Leonhardt explains these two forms of prayer...
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    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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    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...

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