20 February 2019

We love this website – Ignatian Spirituality.com (https://www.ignatianspirituality.com)  this is a Loyola Press website providing a wonderful centre of Ignatian information, advice, guidance, ideas and access to Ignatian resources from over the world

They say:

"IgnatianSpirituality.com provides pathways into the major areas of Ignatian spirituality:

  • prayer
  • spiritual direction
  • retreats
  • making good decisions".


Here below is their latest email to tempt you  with Lent just around the corner, there is so much here for your prayer life, your mind, heart and soul. Give it a go!



The approaching season of Lent is a great time to practice silence in prayer, but there’s no reason to wait to embrace the silence.

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Silence allows us the space and quiet to pay attention to God. The approaching season of Lent is a great time to practice silence in prayer, but there’s no reason to wait to embrace the silence.

Embracing Silence

Embracing Silence

In that place of inner silence, the language God speaks is love. Enjoy this selection of articles encouraging the quest for quiet time with God.

Time in Silence
Marina McCoy knows that time in silence is nourishing and grounding.

Breathing in the Silence
Becky Eldredge received a great gift in the silence one night. 

Quiet for Three Minutes
Shemaiah Gonzalez introduces her children to quiet time with God.

The Power of Silent Prayer
Jurell Sison admits silence can be difficult, but it is also a profound way to dive deeper into the mystery that is God.


Jesus Approaches

Silence speaks to the character of God, the essence and nature of God, in a way that words, songs, and writing do not. It creates room for awe, which the Church teaches us is really the only appropriate response to a real encounter with God. But this silence is not simply an hour spent here or there in adoration—though that’s a good thing to do: it is more of a posture to be drawn into all of life.

—Excerpted from Jesus Approaches by Elizabeth M. Kelly 

Lenten Retreats and Prayers

Lenten Retreats and Prayers

Ash Wednesday is just a few weeks away, and we’re happy to provide a variety of online prayer experiences to help you live Lent more fully.

Living Lent Daily
Explore themes of mercy through daily reflections delivered to your e-mail inbox.

An Ignatian Prayer Adventure
Join in an adapted version of the Spiritual Exercises, perfectly timed as a Lent and Easter retreat. This year author Fiona Basile will share her experiences with the retreat through posts on Wednesdays, starting March 6. 

The Ignatian Workout: An Online Retreat
Practice being a spiritual athlete with author Tim Muldoon’s audio reflections and suggestions for prayer and action.

More Lenten Resources
Explore other Ignatian articles and prayer experiences before Ash Wednesday, March 6.

Featured Blog Posts

Featured Blog Posts

Catch up on recent posts of note at dotMagis.


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