Tag Archives: Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius (SpEx)

Love is Made Flesh

[Homily: Simbanggabi, Dec 20, 2017] On the fifth day of our Simbanggabi we are at the midpoint of our nine-day novena of dawn Masses. But I think it can also be said that on this day we recall the absolute … Continue reading

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ADDU and Ignatian Spirituality

Homily: ADDU Celebration of St. Ignatius, 2011 That we can come together today as a university community to celebrate the Feast of St. Ignatius is, I believe, a great grace. On the Church calendar, that feast really falls on July … Continue reading

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Teacher Spirituality and Theophany

If, as I suggested, “spirituality” can refer to “what makes a person tick,” a teacher may do well to try to become more aware of his or her effective spirituality. A Christian teacher might consciously undertake to insure that “what … Continue reading

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Teacher Spirituality and Christ the King

The Ateneo de Naga’s University Church of Christ the King was built expressly to create sacred space celebrating the University’s Filipino, Catholic and Jesuit character. It is built in the baroque style associated with many Jesuit churches throughout the world, … Continue reading

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Teacher Spirituality: What Makes Teachers Tick?

In the past two days, there has been a multi-sectoral consultation of Jesuits and Jesuit-partners on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius (SpEx). Fr. Jojo Magadia, Jesuit Provincial Superior, was asking how the gift of the SpEx entrusted to the … Continue reading

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