"Be Still and know that I am God" 

- Psalm 46:10

 

Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam

– For the greater glory of God

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Tuesday
Jul292014

Daily Meditation – Seeking and Finding God

“Seek God in all things and we shall find God by our side.”

- St. Peter Claver SJ

Source: Hearts on Fire: Praying with Jesuits (Paperback) by Michael G. Harter (Editor)

 

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Monday
Jul282014

Daily Meditation – Standards and Values of Jesus

Consider the face of good and evil. Now, ask God to provide an intimate understanding of the way the Mind of Christ works. Furthermore, ask for an understanding of how those who have chosen only this way make decisions and value things.

- Adapted from the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius

 

Be Still | Read | Contemplate It | Listen | Dialogue | Close With Praise and Thanks

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Sunday
Jul272014

Daily Meditation – Created for a Purpose

“God has created me for some definite service; I have a mission… I am a link in a chain, a bond of connections between persons. He has not created me for naught.”
 
- Cardinal John Henry Newman

Be Still | Read | Contemplate It | Listen | Dialogue | Close With Praise and Thanks

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Saturday
Jul262014

Daily Meditation – Principle and Foundation

“In everyday life, then, we must hold ourselves in balance before all created gifts insofar as we have a choice and are not bound by some responsibility. We should not fix our desires on health or sickness, wealth or poverty, success or failure, a long life or short one. For everything has the potential of calling forth in us a more loving response to our life forever with God.

Our only desire and our once choice should be this: I want and I choose what better leads me to God’s deepening life in me. “

 

Source: Draw me into your friendship: A literal translation and a contemporary reading of The spiritual exercises (Series IV--Studies on Jesuit topics) (Paperback) by David L Fleming S.J. (Author)

 

Be Still | Read | Contemplate It | Listen | Dialogue | Close With Praise and Thanks

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Friday
Jul252014

Daily Meditation – Our Purpose

In the literal version of the spiritual exercises of St. Ignatius, we are called to the consideration of the “Principle and Foundation”. Consider for a moment the first line of this consideration –

“Man is created to praise, reverence, and serve our God our Lord, and by this means to save his soul”

 

Be Still | Read | Contemplate It | Listen | Dialogue | Close With Praise and Thanks

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