Today is St. Ignatius feast day. I hope you have enjoyed spending July with him. I will leave you with day 9 of the novena and my favorite prayer.
St. Ignatius gave us tools to use in our daily life to help us discern where we are being led and by whom. He guides us in learning if we are led by good or evil spirits. Knowing which spirit
I try not to have clutter on my desk. The operative word is try. However a few items for inspiration and fun are necessary. I have a friend who is both inspirational and fun sitting right next to my
I gathered all my books about Ignatius, the Spiritual Exercises, and the Jesuits. Well, I don;t think this stack is actually all of my Ignatian books because I have some devotionals as well and maybe one or two on my tablet.
This is a beautiful prayer, often said after receiving Holy Communion. The original author of the prayer is unknown but it does appear in Ignatius’ Spiritual Exercises. Novena Prayers, Day 3
It seems silly really, to have so much admiration for a saint, to have read more than one book about him, and then to realize I did not know what he is the patron saint of? Not a clue. Should
A favorite, by Matt Maher. And so appropriate as we work to surrender and follow God. Here is your link to Day 1 of the St. Ignatius Novena.
St. Ignatius feast day is July 31. I pray a novena asking for his intercession each year. I use one from the Discerning Hearts website, you can read or listen to it, here is the link to the whole novena. I
Lately it’s been difficult to be indifferent. I seem to be hyper-focused on created things or should I say “creating” things. I have lists, pages and pages of them, projects in all different stages, balls bouncing everywhere and I am