In the Second Week of the Spiritual Exercises, St. Ignatius leads us to focus on the life of Christ. The grace of this week is to “know Jesus more clearly, to love him dearly, and follow him more nearly.” All the meditations of this week help us do just that.
All posts by Aric Serrano, SJ
Born in Minnesota and raised in New Mexico, Aric currently studies at Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley. Since entering the Jesuits, he has studied philosophy at Fordham University in the Bronx and taught at Regis Jesuit High School in Denver. In his spare time, he enjoys making music with guitars and synthesizers.
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Restlessness is a gift, lean into the discomfort and let God find you.
With his latest music release, Aric channels St. Augustine to try and understand the gnawing feeling inside.
Approaching the Passion, draw close to Jesus
Looking toward the Triduum, Aric offers another song that invites you into the paradox of the Cross.
Music Release: See the Light
With his latest music release, Aric draws on the difficult experiences of change, of seeing the light, which can shock us out of our usual routines.
Music Release: Adventus
With his latest music release, Aric captures the particular mixture of joy and emptiness that marks the darkest days before the coming of the Lord.
Music Release: Recollections
Aric Serrano, SJ, released a new collection of music, Recollections. He offers us those tracks along with his motivation for writing.