The Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius Loyola are best suited for prayer during a silent retreat. However, ¬†Ignatius knew that they could also be effective when employed in a less isolated environment. It is the hope of the authors of this blog that you, the reader, find the meditations that we offer here useful in your own search to encounter Christ in prayer in your daily life. The meditations are intended to be prayed in order, from as close to the beginning as possible, perhaps over the course of a dedicated time such as the season of Lent. (more…)

March 6th, 2014

Over the course of the next several months, the Magis Center for Catholic Spirituality will begin rolling out updates to our website and the ways in which we deliver daily reflections and other content to our readers. One of the biggest changes is the addition of  the past four years of posts on the Spiritual Exercises blog, which produces daily meditations on the Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius Loyola during the holy season of Lent each year. In 2014, these posts will appear alongside the daily reflections on the readings of the day that have been published by the Magis Center. We are excited about this new joint-effort, and we welcome your feedback on any of the changes that you see here. You can use this form to contact us.

Thanks for reading, and please do continue to pray with and for us in these exciting weeks and months ahead!

June 14th, 2013