Mindfulness: How the Present is Always Perfect, Even When It’s Not

Guest Post by: Talane Meidener (F'87, MA'89) On the topic of being present and mindfulness, I thought I’d explain a basic spiritual law that often confounds people: the present is perfect. I am sure you’ve probably heard of it before, but most people don’t really understand it. How can the present be perfect when you … Continue reading Mindfulness: How the Present is Always Perfect, Even When It’s Not

Ignatian Spirituality in the Workplace Part II – Reflections by Jane Belford (L’78)

The most recent Georgetown Alumnae Women and Wine program titled, “Spirituality in the Workplace” was held on May 8th and co-presented by Rev. Joe Lingan, S.J. and Jane Golden Belford (L’78), the former Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Washington and first woman appointed to this position. Together, the two provided insights and suggestions on how … Continue reading Ignatian Spirituality in the Workplace Part II – Reflections by Jane Belford (L’78)

Ignatian Spirituality in the Workplace – Reflections by Rev. Joe Lingan, S.J.

Looking at the crowd of 125 alumnae gathered in Dahlgren Chapel, Rev. Joe Lingan, S.J. opens with questions:  Why are you here?  What are you looking for?  What are you hoping? These simple and challenging questions provide a framework for the most recent Georgetown Alumnae Women and Wine program held on May 8th.  This program--co-presented … Continue reading Ignatian Spirituality in the Workplace – Reflections by Rev. Joe Lingan, S.J.