Guest Bloggers

April 16, 2010

Next week I will be out of town at the National Conference for Catechetical Leaders (NCCL).  While I am gone, there will be five of my friends writing posts for me.  I wanted to take a minute to introduce you to each of them: 

Monday:  Chris – My wonderful husband who is not only writing for me one day, but who will be taking care of both kids by himself for 5 days!  (keep him in your prayers for me!)

Tuesday:  Tori- My friend from back home who shares my heart for ministry, Ignatian Spirituality, and great conversations over lunch!  She is currently a campus minister and religion teacher at a high school. 

Wednesday:  Ryan- While Ryan is in Chris’ program, I proudly claim Ryan as my friend too.  He is passionate about social justice, and he and I can talk endlessly about all things Catholic.  I am very thankful for our new found friendship with him.

Thursday:  Melissa- My friend that I knew back home, but have had the honor of sharing two years with here in Athens.  She is my kindred spirit in being a gatherer and nurturer of people, and she is one of the most joyful, faith-filled college students I know. 

Friday:  Josh- One of my favorite people to bounce ideas around with about any topic.  I have known Josh since high school, and his friendship is one that continues to deepen over time.  I promise you that we WILL be reading a book by Josh one day on politics and faith!!!

Happy reading!

Becky is an Ignatian-trained spiritual director, retreat facilitator, and writer. She is the author of the Busy Lives and Restless Souls (March 2017, Loyola Press) and The Inner Chapel (April 2020, Loyola Press). She helps others create space to connect faith and everyday life through facilitating retreats and days of reflection, through writing, and through spiritual direction. With nearly twenty years of ministry experience within the Catholic Church, Becky seeks to help others discover God at work in the every day moments of people’s lives by utilizing St. Ignatius’ Spiritual Exercises and the many gifts that our Catholic faith and Ignatian Spirituality provide.

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