Blessed Sacrament
Oct 11, 2021

The Eucharist adoration is a sign of devotion to worship Jesus Christ under the appearance of the consecrated host. As the Archdiocese of Baltimore has declared, this is ‘the year of Eucharist,’ and we invite all for healing and liberation before the exposed Eucharist in our beautiful Chapel. Beginning on this Monday, July 12, you may stop by anytime between 5-7pm every week for your own time of personal prayer. Facilitated by Sr. Ji Choi, ... Continue reading...

Fr. Mike, homily, Fr. Michael Schleupner
Aug 8, 2021

Fr. Michael Schleupner offers his next post in the series about the Ignatian Examen today. Please refer to previous blog posts to learn more and the preceding three steps. Let's spend a few quiet moments learning more about the 'action' phase of the Ignatian Examen. Ignatian Examen Step 4 – Being Contrite Dear Friends, This fourth step of the Examen follows from the third which was 'Looking Back'. In that step, we review the prior day or the day ... Continue reading...

silent, directed retreat, spiritual direction
Jul 25, 2021

Fr. Michael continues his series on the Ignatian Examen today. Let's read about Examen's practice of gratitude. How can you incorporate this important task into your life? What are you thankful for today? Ignatian Examen Step 2 – Giving Thanks Dear Friends, After beginning the Examen by Seeking Light, we move to Giving Thanks. Ignatius saw gratitude as central to the spiritual life. He felt this so strongly that he said: “Ingratitude is the cause, beginning, and origin of ... Continue reading...

holy spirit
May 26, 2021

On Sunday, we celebrated Pentecost - the day that the Holy Spirit descended upon the followers of Jesus. As we continue to invite the Holy Spirit to be with us, we share this beautiful prayer. Please take a few quiet moments in prayer with us. If you're able, share your intention with us in the comments. Pentecost Prayer by Joan Chittister, OSB The Holy Spirit embodies the life force of the universe, the power of God, the ... Continue reading...

mary, statue of mary
May 10, 2020

This Mother’s Day is certainly like no other. The pandemic may be forcing you to distance from your mother when you would normally gather together to celebrate. It may be difficult even to feel celebratory in whatever circumstance you are currently living in. Yet, we can still honor our mothers and those who have been like mothers with small gestures. For those who have lost their moms, you may be honoring them by making a favorite ... Continue reading...