Advent 2021

Resources

We are called to Ignatian contemplation and reflective prayer to encourage us during the season of Advent. We find the tradition of Ignatian spirituality is embedded in these Advent resources.

Jesuit Prayer – Receive the daily Scripture reading, an Ignatian reflection, and a short prayer each day through the app, on the website, or by signing up for the daily email. We also offer personal responses to prayer requests. All are remembered in Masses celebrated by the Jesuits.

Imagine Advent: Stories Abound – Sign up to receive daily reflections from Ignatian collaborators as they find God in today’s stories.

Advent Reflections from Ignatian Young Adult Ministries – Prepare for the coming of Christ with weekly audio reflections written by young adults, presented by the Office of Ignatian Spirituality.

Waiting in Joyful Hope: An Advent Prayer – Receive daily reflections in your inbox from members of the Jesuit School of Theology and Santa Clara University community.

Advent 2021: Stepping Beyond – Weekly audio reflections offered by Pray as You Go and Sacred Space.

Journey with St. Joseph – Sign up to receive this daily email series that will explore St. Joseph as a man of courage, love, and acceptance, presented by Loyola Press.

We Are Not Alone: An Online Advent Retreat – A retreat in daily life including guided Ignatian meditations and optional live community prayer, presented by Ignatian-trained spiritual director Becky Eldredge and her team.

Advent Calendar for Adults – Loyola Press presents reflections and resources for each day of Advent.

Arts & Faith: Advent – Receive a weekly video commentary about a work of art inspired by the Sunday Scriptures.

Advent Examen – Pray the Examen with themes from the Advent season.

Advent Reflections from Creighton University – Prayers and reflections on Advent themes

Universal Apostolic Preferences (UAPs) & Advent Prayer – Ignatian prayer experiences available in English, Spanish, and French.

Advent Simplicity Challenge – Sign up to receive reminders on how to commit to living a simple, more abundant life. Presented by Ignatian Solidarity Network.


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The Holy Family
St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church, St. Francis Mission
Rosebud, South Dakota
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