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Ignatian Spirituality, Papal Election, prayer, reflections, retreats

The Jesuitness of Pope Francis

So my colleagues at Charis Ministries in Chicago have asked a rather provocative question: Why Should Pope Francis attend a Charis Retreat? And so I...
Busted Halo, Fast, Give, Lenten practices, Pray, prayer

Change Me, Lord

Prayer doesn’t change God, prayer changes us. Kathleen Norris, the great spiritual writer was featured in the BustedHalo Fast, Pray, Give calendar today and she...
Ignatian Spirituality, prayer, Saints, Vatican II

Remembering Arrupe

Today is the Anniversary of Pedro Arrupe, S.J.’s death. He was “the General” of the Jesuits during the changes of the Second Vatican Council and...
Catholics and World Events, death, Discernment, prayer, social justice, violence
death, inspiration, politics, prayer, violence

We Must Not Stay Silent

Close to 30 dead…most of them children…Suburban Connecticut… The words haunt us all. Children somehow makes this worse as if killing an adult makes it...
Advent, Campus Ministry, prayer, Saints

A St Joseph Advent Prayer

I held him in my arms While Mary rested Overwhelmed we were A long journey behind us A longer one in front of us I...
Advent, inspiration, prayer

Outward and Inward Hearts

On today’s feast of Christ the King, Fr. Jack Ledwon, my pastor, reminded me in this morning’s homily that Jesus is really the King of...

On Keeping Vigil

It’s Halloween and nobody knows how to keep vigil better than Linus Van Pelt: And so I find myself keeping vigil at Roswell Park today...
dogs, Family., prayer
Family., music, prayer, reflections