October 2020 archive of Ignatian Threads

October 2020 archive of Ignatian Threads

Love God and Your Neighbor

Posted by Hilda Walter on 10/19/20

October 25

This Sunday’s Gospel from Matthew 22: 34-40 is short, but profound.  Jesus responds to a question from a scholar of the law: “Which commandment in the law is the greatest?” In his answer he gives us the two greatest commandments. Ignatian spirituality teaches that God loves us ... Read More »

God Always Waits

Posted by Hilda Walter on 10/09/20

October 11

Ignatian spirituality teaches that God is an active God, ever-present in our lives: inviting, guiding, directing, and constantly pursuing us. Ignatius describes in his autobiography how he began to notice God working in his life, through the interior movements of his heart as well as in the ... Read More »

Thankful for God's Presence

Posted by Hilda Walter on 10/02/20

October 4

Inherent in Ignatian spirituality is the belief that God is active in our everyday lives. After all, we are each his creation. Wouldn’t it follow that our Heavenly Father desires to remain with us as we navigate the waters of our life’s journey? William A. Barry, S.J., ... Read More »

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