This recording was made at the Pitt Street Uniting Church in Sydney during an ecumenical service praying for refugees and asylum seekers.
Jim Manney SJ talks about the Examen prayer. It is an Ignatian way of praying that helps us to be more conscious of God’s presence in our lives. Becky Eldredge explains the five steps of the Examen
This reflection sheet looks at the idea that human persons are social by nature. It focuses on a brief quote from Pope Francis’ encyclical On the Light of Faith (Lumen Fidei), offers some points for reflection, a prayer, and ideas for action in daily life.
The examen or examination of consciousness is a fundamental practice of the Ignatian spirituality tradition. I developed this resource, An Examination of Consciousness for the Faith into Action workshop organised by the Wollongong Diocese. It combines prayer at the conclusion of the workshop with an opportunity for reflection and feedback… Read More »Two Forms of Examen
Everyone is capable of doing theology! Reflecting theologically on issues and situations is an important part of our planning for a Christian action response. This resource, Tools for Theological Reflection offers some simple tools for theological reflection that don’t require any specialized knowledge – they are intended to assist parish,… Read More »Tools for Theological Reflection
This PowerPoint on Contemplating Our World is an aid to contemplating God’s presence and action in our world, especially on the feast of Corpus Christi. You might like to accompany it with some quiet music and move at your own pace through the points for reflection: * Where do we… Read More »Contemplating Our World – Corpus Christi