Parish Articles

Day: September 30, 2021

Cannonball Examen: The Cry of the Earth as a Cannonball Moment

Written by: Eric Clayton A cannonball moment, the Ignatian tradition suggests, is a moment of both agony and opportunity. The phrase is a literal one, referring to a specific moment in the story of St. Ignatius of Loyola, when a wartime injury spurred a lifelong conversion. The soldier, Iñigo de

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Author Q&A: The Spiritual Work of Racial Justice

ISN spoke with Patrick Saint-Jean, S.J., author of The Spiritual Work of Racial Justice: A Month of Mediations with Ignatius of Loyola, published by Anamchara Books. Saint-Jean designed the book to lead the reader through a month-long Ignatian “retreat,” focusing on racial justice, following the format of St. Ignatius’ Spiritual

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A Parish Journey for Racial Justice & Equity

Wednesday, October 27 Join ISN for the the next session of A Parish Journey for Racial Justice & Equity, titled Let’s Talk About Social Sin. You’ll hear from speaker Tom Ulrich, author of On Earth as it is in Heaven. Learn more.

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Equity as a Core Value of Soccer Without Borders

UN International Day of PeaceEquity at Soccer Without Borders Every September 21 we celebrate the International Day of Peace, a day that observes 24 hours of non-violence and cease-fire around the world. But peace is not achieved solely through the absence of violence. It requires valuing every person’s humanity and

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The Fourth Sunday of Easter

This coming week’s Gospel antiphon is “I know my sheep, and mine know me.” Jesus’ voice calls us to follow him as a shepherd not only because of his voice but because of his dedication and willingness to die for us. Some sheep are near to the shepherd. Others roam

Third Sunday of Easter

Next Weekend’s Gospel Reflection (Third Sunday of Easter) will be Luke 24:35-48 where Jesus Appears to the Disciples. Here’s a nice reflection on that passage! Click here to view this weeks’ Parish: ‘The Thought’

The Fourth Sunday of Easter

This coming week’s Gospel antiphon is “I know my sheep, and mine know me.” Jesus’ voice calls us to follow him as a shepherd not only because of his voice but because of his dedication and willingness to die for us. Some sheep are near to the shepherd. Others roam

Third Sunday of Easter

Next Weekend’s Gospel Reflection (Third Sunday of Easter) will be Luke 24:35-48 where Jesus Appears to the Disciples. Here’s a nice reflection on that passage! Click here to view this weeks’ Parish: ‘The Thought’

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