June 2020 archive of Ignatian Threads

June 2020 archive of Ignatian Threads

A Vision of Love

Posted by Hilda Walter on 6/29/20

Ignatian spirituality offers us a vision of love.  Ignatius believed that active loving was God’s most outstanding quality.  We have all been loved and have known loving relationships: parents, siblings, children, spouse, friends, extended family.  One of life’s greatest blessings is having someone truly care about you.  Consider that ... Read More »

The place where Jesus is!

Posted by Hilda Walter on 6/26/20

6-14-20 – Most Holy Body ^ Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi)

As we celebrate The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, we hear Jesus tell people he is “the living bread that came down from heaven” and that “whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal ... Read More »

God's Great Love

Posted by Hilda Walter on 6/08/20

6-7-20 – Most Holy Trinity

In today’s Gospel celebrating The Most Holy Trinity, we hear Jesus’ words: “God so loved the world that he gave his only Son.” In Week #29 of The Spiritual Exercises, many weeks of prayer culminate as we experience God’s boundless and unconditional love.  Our ... Read More »

Holy Spirit, Breathe on Me!

Posted by Hilda Walter on 6/01/20

5-31-20 – Pentecost

We hear in the Gospel according to John that a locked door does not prevent the Risen Jesus from joining the gathering of his fearful disciples. He appears in recognizable form and stands in their midst. How would we react? How do we, in fact, perceive ... Read More »

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