St. Ignatius called himself a “pilgrim” and viewed his entire life as a pilgrimage. While we can view all of life as a pilgrimage, many people take time out of their regular schedules to travel as pilgrims to sacred sites around the world. This month we consider the idea of pilgrimage through stories shared by contemporary pilgrims…. (Click here to continue)
Looking for a wonderful Palm Sunday Reflection? Try Arts and Faith (Loyola Press)
“I couldn’t find a St. Valentine’s Day-related story, but imagine my joy when I found a wisdom story in one of our most recent books, Joe Paprocki’s Under the Influence of Jesus – The Transforming Experience of Encountering Christ….
Click here to continue…. People for Others
Have you ever tried the 3-minute retreat from Loyola Press? It’s a great way to start your at the computer. E-mail subscription is free. I recommend this site to folks who ask me about prayer resources on the web.
Here’s a wonderful, brief reflection on Father’s Day from the Ignatian Spirituality blog. Thanks to Jim Manney/Tom McGrath for this! Joseph, Worker and Father
If you have a minute, check out Arts and Faith, a new website from Loyola Press that explores some truly amazing spiritual inspirations from all sorts of people — musicians, crafters, dancers, painters, and more. Updated daily!