Monthly Archives: May, 2017

Spiritual Practice: Ignatian Discernment

Looking back over my blogs I’ve noticed that many of them have to do with discernment about big changes in my life. We all have to face these kinds of questions. Is it time to end a relationship, change a job, retire, switch majors in college? How do we go about making a thoughtful decision? …

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Spiritual Practices: Gratitude

  I’ve always been a pretty happy person. I like my life, like my eggs, sunny side up. But I was stopped in my tracks by a line I read in the fantastic book, “The Return of the Prodigal Son,” by Henri J.M. Nouwen. “Resentment and gratitude cannot co-exist, since resentment blocks the perception and …

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