God in All Things – Discernment. Attention. Ignatian

Aug 6th, 2016

When I made my retreat this past June, my spiritual director pointed me in the direction of a wonderful website that is becoming for me a rich resource for prayer. I would like to share some of its treasures with you.

In the Catechism of the Catholic Church we are urged to “remember God more often than we draw breath” (CCC 2697) Well isn’t that perhaps a bit of a tall order? Yet God is always thinking about us even more than we are capable of thinking about ourselves. I’ve found that using the invaluable prayer tool of both the Morning Examen and Evening Examen audio podcasts (only 7 minutes each) helps me to become a bit more intentional about detecting God’s constant presence and direction in both the little and big events of my day. By daily using the Morning Examen and Evening Examen found on the audio meditations page of the God in All Things website we have an online tool that can help us grow in both awareness and enjoyment of the presence and guidance of God’s love and mercy ever present and active in our own lives and in the world around us.

You too may enjoy Googling God in All Things – Discernment, Attention, Ignatian, and discover how the use of our devices can help us open our hearts to the wonders God has in store for us!