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Ignatian ‘Indifference’ and Spiritual Freedom

By Mac Stewart "The human mind and heart are a mystery; but God will loose an arrow at them, and suddenly they will be wounded”...

Episcopal Ministry

By John Bauerschmidt The coincidence of this summer’s Lambeth Conference, a gathering of bishops from all over the worldwide Anglican Communion, and my 16th year...

The Searchlight of the Holy Spirit

One of the gifts of my spiritual direction training program a few years ago was exposure to the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius of Loyola....

Ignatius of Loyola, a saint for Anglicans?

Anglicans may be tempted to ignore the complexity of St. Ignatius’s thought and life, in favor of seeing him as a pioneer of open-ended spirituality and the solitary quest for God.

Abiding in the light

Are you at peace with yourself? How often we can fool ourselves, through benevolent busyness, but when we stop to listen beyond our reason, beyond our feelings, what do we hear? If it is peace, we are abiding in Christ.


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