Posted by: cctracker | January 18, 2013

The Examined Life

“The Examen” is a prayer central to the  identity of the Jesuits.

In this January 18th post titled “A Cause for Pause,” James Santel describes how well it can work, even practiced for just two minutes a day by 1100 boys in the halls of a high school.

AS we C it: an ASC blog.

I’d be hard-pressed to count how many ways the Jesuits and Ignatius have shaped my inner life.  And the Examen captures the heart of their theology as well their spiritual practice: diligent attentiveness to grace in the ordinary.

 


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