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Advent – A Time To Believe

Several years ago, while praying on Christmas Eve, I was having an imaginative contemplation of the stable where Mary was laboring.  It was dark, musty, and surprisingly warm and quiet.  Except, of course, for the labored breathing and sounds of a young woman, rocking herself back and forth, encouraging her body to move through the […]


Community – We need it!

This weekend most of the Jesuit high schools and universities will gather together in Washington, DC for the annual Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice.   I imagine that many of us remember going to this, even back when it was held in Ft. Benning, GA, under a tent.  But regardless of where it took place, what […]


How Do We Choose?

    Here’s where the rubber hits the road—how do we fit in ‘justice’ in the daily life of family? I’ve been reading the last few posts and wondering, ‘When is she going to tell me how to do this?!?’ Spoiler Alert: I’m not. I couldn’t even fathom beginning to try as my own experiments in justice within family life […]