Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Journey – Whose Is It Really?

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A Christian retirement expert wrote: “the Holy Spirit gives us time, talent and strength to define our life meaning.” As IVC volunteers, we all have made a conscious decision to search for life’s meaning for us. We have found IVC as the conduit to our continued spiritual growth, which justly includes service “to and with”… Read more »

Push Back

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When children play, if one pushes, the other pushes back, according to their version of playground justice. In airports, a push-back is the first movement of a plane from the passenger terminal toward the runway. In spirituality, Ignatius of Loyola identifies pushing back as an appropriate response to fear, which relates directly with the first… Read more »

Happy Father’s Day, Fr. Joe!

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Joe Folzenlogen, S.J. serves as Spiritual Animator for the Ignatian Volunteer Corps in Cincinnati.  Here that means he is a founding father of IVC, celebrates liturgy with us and leads our book discussions at monthly gatherings and retreats. This is one of his many hats.  He is Vice-Superior of the Jesuit residence, Faber Community, in… Read more »