One of the most powerful underlying messages found in the readings of Romans, Psalms, and the Gospel of Luke for the seventh of November relates directly to a core aspect of Ignatian spirituality, Finding God in All Things. Although seemingly straight forward, this concept is often difficult to comprehend on a practical level. All people, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, and so on, are God’s children, and deemed equal in the eyes of the Lord. In essence if one truly sees the wonder of God in the creation of all living things then it stands to reason that all things possess equal value and should be treated equally as well since God can only be of one source of love, no more and no less.
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