Monthly Archives: May 2013

Extending the Table

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A fantastic blog post on April 30th by Vicky Risacher jumpstarted my thoughts around what it means to “come to the table” in terms of faith. Ms. Risacher’s story perfectly encapsulates the unexpected places and people who bring us hospitality in much the same way our Christ did. The most obvious metaphor of a table we have… Read more »

Returning Yesterdays

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Revisiting  grammar school days, working class children, sheltered in the shadow of Mission Church taught to get it right. Seeing myself in the eyes of the children a little boy tells me he has a mother. Another tells me he’s from Guatemala. He wants me to know he is good at reading. A little girl… Read more »

Signposts for the Journey

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This blog, by National Board Member Jim Haggerty, is a reflection on the spiritual readings and guide being used this month by volunteers in all regions across the country. In my mind I can see Ignatius riding his mule on a dusty road from Rioja to Aragon in Spain shortly after his conversion at Loyola…. Read more »

He’s in the Band

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Jesuits like to say that we can see God in all things, and so I can report that God is in this really great rock n roll cover band that plays around my neighborhood in suburban Philadelphia. I only know this because I’m in the band too, along with four other guys who grew up… Read more »