ignatian spirituality

The Next Chapter

Back in the day, retirement planning seemed largely non-existent or rudimentary at best.

Most folks went to work Friday for a cake send-off, then clocked out forever. End of story — except many people woke up in a panic the following Monday, wondering, "What am I going to do now!?"

The St. Louis University Office of Mission and Identity will help answer that question, with a new program designed specifically for soon-to-be retirees or recent retirees.

BEFORE THE CROSS | Ignatian spirituality sees the grandeur of God in everyday life

Archbishop Robert J. Carlson distributed communion during Mass at the Catholic Women for Christ Conference. More than 800 women attended the conference Jan. 25 at the St. Charles Convention Center.

The Archdiocese of St. Louis has been blessed with the ministry of Jesuits for so long that we risk taking them for granted. Before this territory was settled, Jesuit missionaries traveled down the Mississippi River evangelizing and teaching Native Americans and the settlers who were this region's early pioneers. All of us owe a debt of gratitude to these courageous Jesuit missionaries. Not only did they help establish the Church here, they brought with them a distinctive spirituality that has strongly influenced the way our faith has been understood and lived here for more than 200 years.

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