Ignatian Threads

Ignatian Threads

Joy and Gratitude: Jesus is with Us!

Posted by Hilda Walter on 1/09/20

1-5-20  - The Epiphany of the Lord

 Today we celebrate the Feast of the Epiphany – the manifestation of Christ to all the world.  We rejoice in the revelation of God in the humanity of Jesus Christ!  Through an Ignatian lens let us enter into the Scripture scene and ... Read More »

This Wondrous Gift

Posted by Hilda Walter on 12/16/19

Bulletin December 22 -> Christmas!

This 4th week of Advent leads us to Christmas!  Our spiritual life is all about union with God.  Let our Advent be all about strengthening this relationship.  We will soon celebrate receiving the great gift of love which Mary brings forth in the flesh. ... Read More »

All About Hope

Posted by Hilda Walter on 12/10/19

12-15-19 – 3rd Sunday Advent

Advent means ‘a coming into place, view, or being,’ reminding us of a movement, a journey, having a goal or destination.  The church has reset its clock and begun a new year.  Advent is very much about hope, waiting, and longing.  It is also ... Read More »

Welcome to Advent!

Posted by Hilda Walter on 12/02/19

12-8-19 – 2nd Sunday Advent   

This Advent season might be a good opportunity to re-align our hopes and goals with what God wants us to become.  Can we slow down and savor the graces of Advent?  Amid the rush and anxiety of these weeks before Christmas, can we overlay ... Read More »

Celebration of Christ the King

Posted by Hilda Walter on 11/26/19

Bulletin 11-24-19

Today we celebrate the authority of Christ as King and Lord of all things. It seems fitting that this feast celebrating Christ's kingship falls right before Advent, when we will liturgically wait for the promised Messiah (King). As we praise and glorify the loving and merciful king ... Read More »

Through an Ignatian lens

Posted by Hilda Walter on 10/03/19

 

Ignatian Threads - Gesu bulletin 11-17-19:St. Ignatius became convinced that God wants a personal relationship with each individual. He cultivated his personal relationship with God through spiritual conversation, sharing his own insights and eliciting others’ experiences of God.  Ignatius believed and taught that God is always active in our lives ... Read More »

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