Life in Sync (Barbara Mutch)

In her commentary on The Rule of Benedict, Joan Chittister writes: “If indeed we walk in the womb of God, then reflection on the meaning of every action and the end of every road is the constant to which we are called.  There must be no such thing as the idle decision, the thoug
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Consolations and Desolations and Conflict

Many of you will know about the Ignatian discipline of “Examen.” It is one of my spiritual practices and it has helped me immensely. Maybe because it is so simple. In the morning and in the evening I ask myself, “What are the consolations (sources of comfort) of the day?” In the morni
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