Tag Archives: Margaret Silf

“To the Greater Glory of God”

This blog is home to more than 750 posts. I regularly re-blog posts from the past for especially for newer readers.  This one, from December 2, 2013, describes the influence of the Jesuits on me and on the world. I’ve … Continue reading

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From My Reading – Part 3

“Conversion is a continuous and lifelong process. Conversions proceed layer by layer, relationship by relationship, here a little, there a little—until the whole personality, intellect, feeling and will have been recreated by God” (By John Westerhoff in The Spiritual Life). … Continue reading

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Holding all Things Loosely

A friend of mine keeps a small bowl of sand on her desk.  Whenever she struggles to let go of a hurt or a worry or a problem that is not hers to solve, she holds some of the sand … Continue reading

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