When your tongue is silent, you can rest in the silence of the forest. When your imagination is silent, the forest speaks to you. It tells you of its unreality and of the Reality of God. But when your mind is silent, then the forest suddenly becomes magnificently real and blazes transparently with the Reality of God. (Thomas Merton)
Gratefulness to our donors, reflecting on those who have passed, and looking at opportunities at Loyola House and Ignatius Farm are all part of January’s IJC Voice.