Whatever you are doing, that which makes you feel the most alive…that is where God is. St. Ignatius Loyola There is no denying that St. Ignatius has had a big influence on the Church. But I don’t think that is
This month my focus is on St. Ignatius as his feast day is July 31. I think it’s helpful to place him in time and place as we get to know him. Today we’ll begin with a timeline of his
I am a big fan of Ignatius of Loyola. He understood people, their search for God and meaning in their lives and how to put together the spiritual life with everyday duties. I recently read a book about discernment, Always
St. Ignatius of Loyola has given the Church so much. From the Jesuits to his Spiritual Exercises, there is much to be thankful for. Many Jesuits founded great universities, built beautiful churches and spread the Gospel to the far reaches of
July flew by, as did pretty much the last year. Last July I posted every day, discussing St. Ignatius or an aspect of Ignatian spirituality. This year that didn’t happen, as you may have noticed. Today though, I offer you a
Days ago this quote came to my inbox: “All the honey that can be gathered from the flowers of this world has less sweetness than the vinegar and gall of Jesus Christ our Lord” (Ignatius of Loyola). Days ago I had
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
A 7.5 minute video on Ignatius and the Society of Jesus.
This song is based on my favorite prayer of St. Ignatius, Suscipe.