Discernment, Prayer and the Spiritual Exercises

As I walked, there came to me, in song, a childhood hymn:- Loving shepherd of thy sheep, keep thy lambs in safety keep. Nothing can thy power withstand, none can pluck me from thy hand! Where thou goest i will go. Walking in thy steps below. ‘Till...
Sheep
Proposals for the Month Have a conversation with your spouse and/or with educators, about how they are educating children in a logic of openness to others, solidarity, sharing, respect and forgiveness. What aspects need to be improved? What can be...
A family with three children hand in hand
On this walk however there was a very obvious path, with a ditch on one side and a stream on the other, so no question of getting lost or losing sight of everyone else. I love wilder paths through woodland, or ground where you have to pick your way...
A straight path with a stream on one side and trees lining it.
Peter O’Sullivan SJ
A pile of pancakes with blueberries
St Ignatius of Loyola, Spiritual Exercises 124
I will smell the fragrance and taste the infinite sweetness and charm of the Divinity, and of the soul, of its virtues and of everything there.  St Ignatius of Loyola, Spiritual Exercises 124  Image: a raspberry
Geoff te Braake SJ
A path across the plains in Kenya
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