With his latest music release, Aric channels St. Augustine to try and understand the gnawing feeling inside.
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After a family tragedy, Ignatius got prayer advice from an unexpected source: the ducks on Lake Michigan.
As a child, An feared a ghostly apparition would appear in the night. As an adult, he longs for the simplicity of prayer that marked those haunted nights.
The Examen Prayer is a staple of Ignatian Spirituality and St. Ignatius emphasized its importance in our daily routine. Learn more about its history and how it can help us all grow in our relationship with God.
In his first article, RJ revels in what a terminally ill patient taught him about prayer.
The pandemic deprived everyone of a vital aspect of life: the gift of touch. The incarnation shows us that God wants to heal us by touching our wounds. This is especially true for life in a prison. But when we find ways to reach out to others, we discover that Christ has the power to work through our hands to bring healing to those in need.
Do you journal? Or write letters to yourself for future you to read? Read one Jesuit’s post-retreat letter to himself; you may want to take up the same practice!
Emotions in our prayer life can lead us to God. Tears, St. Ignatius writes, are a powerful gift that can lead us to consolation. In this short reflection, Andrew stresses the importance of our emotions in our prayer lives.
God’s silence can be painful. It can also be fruitful experience of prayer if we surrender to it.
The Catholic Church is rich with saints and witnesses that inspire us towards holiness, righteousness, and greater charity. Join us starting February 20th for a Saints of Color Novena video series, presented by a team of lay people, priests, and religious.