Vinita Hampton Wright is a Loyola Press editor and writer of many books, including Days of Deepening Friendship and Simple Acts of Moving Forward.
Vinita Hampton Wright suggests we bring our burdens to God this Lent.
Easter is a verb, says Alice Camille. Watch this Easter video and consider what it means to live Easter-ly.
Freedom and discernment go hand in hand. Learn more about spiritual freedom and making wise decisions.
We like to find God in a day that goes well, but we often find God is in the overcoming. Read more at Loyola Press.
Vinita Wright shares her Good Friday poem in a video for use in personal Holy Week reflections.
Honesty During Lent includes having the courage to be honest with yourself. Read this reflection by Vinita Hampton Wright.
How often can you say, "I saw Jesus today"? Learn how to find God in everyday life at Loyola Press.
Lent is the season for truth-telling and repentance. Vinita Hampton Wright leads a video reflection asking, "Is Lent Enough"?
As Lent begins, reflect on how the hard places in our spirits can loosen up through the Holy Spirit.
To begin with, I over-packed. I expected to get all sorts of extra projects done in the "spare time" that would magically materialize during the trip.
Managing ourselves requires the help of holy love. Read this reflection by Vinita Hampton Wright.
Author Vinita Hampton Wright invites you to practice mindful eating with this short exercise.
In this video, Vinita Hampton Wright shares how coloring can be a rich spiritual practice.
There is some justification for extravagance at this time of year. We are celebrating the love of an extravagant God.
A heart that is quiet before God focuses only on God and divine qualities such as love, mercy, and peace. Enjoy this video reflection.
What does it mean to be spiritually free when life is an emotional roller coaster?
Vinita Wright considers what gets in the way of wise decision making.
Pope Francis was educated and formed in the Jesuit tradition. There are four key pillars in the mindset and formation of each Jesuit which make for a strong foundation.