Christian spirituality gets expressed most authentically in the living out of our Christian baptismal promises. At the heart of these promises stands the rejection of everything that is not of God and the decision to live in accord with the energies and ways of the Triune God. Renewed commitment to our baptismal promises is made possible by God’s grace, sustained by Christian community, and supported through engagement in meaningful spiritual practices. This wonderful article from Boston College's C21 explains different Catholic spiritual practices. In addition, more resources are offered below.
3-minute retreat - 3 minutes a day can give you 24 hours of peace!
Ignatian Spirituality - Ignatian spirituality is a way to pray, an approach to making decisions, a point of view about God, and a practical guide to everyday life. Ignatian spirituality sees God as actively involved in the world and intimately involved with us in every moment and place.
Sacred Space - Daily prayer page provided by Irish Province Jesuits.
Still in the Storm - weekly reflections from JustFaith
Weekly Lectio Divino - Lectio Divina is a weekly framework for a faithful and respectful reading of the Bible, coordinated with the Catholic lectionary calendar.