Tag: Ignatian spirituality
Prioritizing Prayer, Again and Again and, Then, Again
Originally posted on JURELL SISON: This blog is the first of eight reflections being written for the Ignatian Prayer Adventure hosted by ignatianspirituality.com. Keep reading 🙂 To be quite honest, making time for prayer and meditation has always been one of my biggest struggles. For me it’s like exercising—I love the idea but it seems…
No matter where I am, He is with me
Merton’s meditation for this first Tuesday in Lent discusses books and how we can be blessed by others’ words and experiences…or not. It struck home for me. I am just finishing my first mystery novel, since reading Fr. James Martin’s, Jesuit Guide last year. I wrote about the effect the Jesuit Guide had on me…
How Are You Spending Yourself and God’s Love?
Great post from Andy Otto. God’s love becomes a currency, ready to be spent in the world. Read the whole post at Spending Yourself | God In All Things.
Five Steps for Walking in the Way
As I was reflecting on the fourteenth and last meditation before the Blessed Sacrament, I was wondering what would come next in this journey of ‘walking with my brother.’ So many are already writing so many good blogs on faith and on finding and following God’s way for us. I stopped to question what contribution…