"You will be like a well-watered garden, like a spring whose waters never fail." —Isaiah 58:11


In the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm, the act of reflection takes place between experience and action. It is a crucial step to making meaning out of our experiences and to discerning right action that brings the world into closer alignment with God’s loving will for it.

   — LOOK BACK —   

As you look back on this past week’s material, choose one article or theme that you would like to revisit. Then, spend some time in reflection with the following questions adapted from the Georgetown Teaching Commons. 

   — ASK —   
  • What is it? What is reality am I encountering as I turn toward this topic, issue or story?
  • How do I feel about it?
  • What does it mean to me? What significance does this have to my own life?
  • What does this mean to the world?
  • What does this tell me about what I should do?
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