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Ignatian Reflections

Ignatian Reflections

Each day receive an Ignatian reflection on the Mass readings of the day written by Jesuits.

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23 May 2024

Thursday of the Seventh Week in Ordinary Time Question: How do we avoid becoming identifiable with those James condemns in the 1streading and ...
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22 May 2024

Wednesday of the Seventh Week in Ordinary Time These readings in the masses after Pentecost seem to stress moral behavior. The message In the ...
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21 May 2024

Tuesday of the Seventh Week of Ordinary Time Wow! James is pretty tough in his message given in the 1st reading. But, history shows us there ...
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20 May 2024

Memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church The readings in today’s mass seem designed for us to consider certain mysteries that ...
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19 May 2024

Pentecost Sunday Today is Pentecost Sunday. Oddly, the Gospel recounts Jesus’ speaking “in reference to the Spirit” to the scared-to-death ...
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18 May 2024

Saturday of the Seventh Week of Easter "Lord, what about him?" asks Peter as he looked to John, the disciple whom Jesus loved. Is it a question ...
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17 May 2024

Friday of the Seventh Week of Easter In today’s gospel, Peter receives a second calling to follow Christ after having proclaimed his love for ...
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16 May 2024

Thursday of the Seventh Week of Easter Today we continue our privileged experience of hearing Jesus’ prayer to the Father. What we find is a ...
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15 May 2024

Wednesday of the Seventh Week of Easter In today’s gospel, as Jesus addresses the Father, He says, “I gave them your word.” This is a beautiful ...
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14 May 2024

Feast of Saint Matthias, Apostle Little is known about Saint Matthias, the apostle we celebrate today. We know he had been following Jesus ...
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