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in all that is happening at

St. Ignatius Parish,

a diverse community

under the care of the Jesuits

for more than 114 years.

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Starting in September!!

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Pastor Fr. Mike

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WRITTEN FOR ST IGNATIUS FEAST DAY BY OUR OWN JOSEPH BYRD
YOU CAN LEARN THEM HERE!

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Congratulations to our parishioner Alexi

12 children's books about racial justice, diversity, and equality


As part of her Silver Award project, local Girl Scout Alexi created a video to share her favorite books for ages 4-9 about racial justice, diversity and equality. These are her book picks with quotes from her video which is linked at the end of the list.  


https://multcolib.bibliocommons.com/list/share/135258321/2146061203

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We pray for communities that have experienced violence as they are traumatized yet again.

May we bear witness to their pain.
May their voices be heard.


May their wounds be tended with the balm of your love.

We pray for our lawmakers. Move and stir their hearts to lead with deep empathy. Rather than partisan politics, convict our leaders to prioritize the mental, emotional, and physical well-being of those they serve—including and especially our children.

We pray for our nation as we learn of yet another tragedy this month. It is tragedy upon tragedy and our hearts are overloaded. Help us to both guard our hearts and to keep them open so that we might find ways to do our part in bringing to life the world you’ve promised in the resurrection of your child, Jesus Christ, in whose name we pray.

Lord, in your mercy, hear our prayer.

Christ, in your mercy, hear our prayer.

Lord, in your mercy, hear our prayer.

Amen.

SEEL Portland would like to offer an Ignatian “virtue of the month” in honor of our patron and founder of the Society of Jesus.

The Spiritual Exercises, composed by Saint Ignatius of Loyola, are an experience first and foremost. The Exercises are also a powerful expression of prayer, a way of deepening

an ever-growing relationship with our loving Creator God and Creation, and a pathway to discernment in our everyday life. As we grow in our relationship with God, with others, with creation, we are also invited to grow in virtue.

 

August – the virtue of Gratitude: All is Gift

The other things on the face of the earth are created for human beings…. Spiritual Exercise 23

Gratitude is at the heart of the Spiritual Exercises-Ignatius asks us to ponder a Creator who created us out of love and who continues to create us each moment of our lives.  Gratitude is intentional – perhaps we could see each day as a gift from a loving Creator, who desires to gift us and love us each day.  Gratitude is a virtue that needs attention, so that we may remember the gift, as well as the giver and open our hearts in love and generosity.

All IS gift!

 

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SEEL Portland has received a few requests to extend the deadline from today, August 15th, to August 22nd. 

We are happy to do so, if it gives you time to consider making the retreat - there are a few spots available, so if you have discerned that this is the best time for you to "pilgrimage" with God, then please let me know as soon as possible. 

Retreat dates/times as well as the application can be found at the SEEL website, and I also attach a copy for your convenience. 

https://seelportland.org/

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