Among Women 218: Advent and Ignatian Spirituality

December 7, 2016

This week’s episode:

“Blessed are They”: Elizabeth

“Among Women” Guest: Ginny Kubitz Moyer

A look at the “three comings” of Christ in Advent, plus Elizabeth’s role in the Gospel as it pertains to Advent. Plus a primer on the Examen prayer and Ignatian Spirituality, together with a nurturing conversation with author Ginny Kubitz Moyer as she describes her latest book, Taste and See: Experiencing the Goodness of God with Our Five Senses.

Links for this episode:

The Three Comings of the Lord – St Bernard of Clairvaux (at Crossroads Initiative)

The Examen Prayer, by Fr Timothy Gallagher OMV

The Examen Prayer (video/audio guide for reflection) on Discerning Hearts

Bishop Barron’s homily for the Second Sunday of Advent on Word on Fire

Taste and See: Experiencing the Goodness of God with Our Five Senses, by Ginny Kubitz Moyer

Ginny Kubitz Moyer’s Blog: Random Acts of Moments, and her other books

Other shows of related interest:

AW 116: The Advent of Advent

AW 82: Joining with Mary in Advent


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2 comments on “Among Women 218: Advent and Ignatian Spirituality

  1. Cindy Coleman says:

    I don’t see anyone has commented this…but I can not hear your voice in the 2nd half of the podcast (the interview). I listened last week to the first part and all was fine. I just listened to the later half this morning and throughout the interview with Ginny Kubitz Moyer I can only hear her….with long breaks of silence where I know you must have been talking. You mentioned technical difficulties so I guess this is one of them 🙁

    1. Pat says:

      The problem is that you cannot listen with just one ear in the headphones. One voice is on the left, and one voice is on the left. It is something I could not avoid in the making of this recording. Hope that helps!

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