Women everywhere are invited into a moment of inspiration and reflection with Daily Inspiration for Women. Relevant and fresh, this book is a collection of shared wisdom among four women in various stages in life, providing the reader with an abundance of experience, knowledge, perspective, and support.
Told through the lens of changing seasons, four women share their individual, spiritual wisdom in this daily source of strength, solace, and celebration that happen in the seasons of a woman’s life.
Margaret is passionate about making Christian spirituality, and especially Ignatian spirituality, accessible to people with no theological background. She travels widely as a speaker and retreat director.
Vinita Hampton Wright is a Loyola Press editor and writer of many books, including Days of Deepening Friendship and Simple Acts of Moving Forward.
Ginny Kubitz Moyer, author or Random MOMents of Grace (Loyola Press), is a contributor to several print and online publications, including U.S. Catholic magazine, BustedHalo.com, and CatholicMom.com.
Jessica Mesman Griffith has an MFA in writing from the University of Pittsburgh and has published essays in Elle, Creative Nonfiction, and Godspy. She lives in Michigan with her husband, writer David Griffith, and their two children.
In Daily Inspiration for Women, four authors share their individual, spiritual wisdom in this daily source of strength, solace, and celebration that happen in the seasons of a woman’s life.
For all who struggle with conventional religion, Simple Faith is a simple way to help draw closer to the Divine and find life-changing meaning in a new kind of faith.
In Just Call Me López , a twenty-first-century woman, Rachel, meets the man who becomes the saint, and both are transformed by their unlikely friendship and series of thought-provoking conversations.
In The Other Side of Chaos, best-selling author Margaret Silf helps us look closely at the “messes” in our lives through the lens of Christian spirituality, enabling us to see the chaos of life not as something to fear or eschew, but as something to be embraced.
Ignatian spirituality expert Margaret Silf shows readers how to find God in daily life in this collection of stories and meditations.
Loyola Press presents the tenth-anniversary edition of Margaret Silf’s Inner Compass, the acclaimed English-language primer on Ignatian spirituality.
This book is for anyone looking for a relationship with God in the Christian tradition without the constraints of formulas or strict disciplines.
Incorporating her extensive publishing and writing experience, Vinita Hampton Wright provides a practical and straightforward look at spiritual writing for a broader audience in The Art of Spiritual Writing.
We want to move forward in our careers, our family life, our faith, but how do we do it when there is so much weighing us down? Simple Acts of Moving Forward offers simple but profound solutions to help us move forward in our personal lives.
Develop an authentic, dynamic relationship with God through these spiritual meditations for women.
Random MOMents of Grace shows moms how to see God’s grace at work in even the silliest, messiest, and most frustrating moments of motherhood.
Our physical senses are powerful avenues through which we encounter God. This “Examen of the senses” will help readers recognize God through all five senses.
Told through the timeless medium of letters—in prose that is raw and intimate, humorous and poetic—Love & Salt is at its core the emotional struggle of how one spiritual friendship is formed and tested in tragedy, tempered and proven in hope. Click here to download the discussion guide for Love & Salt.
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