Entries by Sarah Signorino

I’ve Been Hit by a Cannonball!

A few weeks ago, the Jesuit Post asked the question, “What is your cannonball?” St. Ignatius of Loyola’s leg was shattered by a cannonball in the Battle of Pamplona in 1521. Because of that cannonball, the damage it left and his own vanity (he had bone in the leg removed after it had initially healed […]

Ignatian Parenthood: An “Experiment” in God’s Love

My good friend, Steve, and I recently embarked on two significant vocational changes. My husband and I became parents for the first time and have spent the last 19+ months expanding our family and marriage to include our daughter. While I was pregnant, Steve began the formal process to join the Society of Jesus. He […]

Our Pentecost – Speaking in Familial Tongues

  Several significant events occurred in my life as a mother during the last few weeks. A “Pentecost” happened to our daughter, Mary. The spirit of independence descended upon her like a tongue of rebellion and life. It blew in like the Holy Spirit and told our seventeen month old that it was (finally) time […]