Just a Guy in the Pew Podcast with Fr. Timothy Gallagher and John Edwards on St. Ignatius 14 Rules for Discernment

As work on the Synod begins across our Memphis Diocese and with it being National Vocations Awareness Week, let’s take time today, this evening or over the next few days for about 50 minutes in the Pew with Fr. Timothy Gallagher and John Edwards as they discuss St. Ignatius’ 14 Rules for Discernment. This Podcast is another excellent episode of Just a Guy in the Pew.

·       Fr. Gallagher is a member of the Oblates of the Virgin Mary, a religious community dedicated to retreats and spiritual formation according to the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. He is the author of seven books on the spiritual teaching of St. Ignatius of Loyola. Fr. Gallagher currently holds the St. Ignatius Chair for Spiritual Formation at St. John Vianney Theological Seminary in Denver. John is a parishioner at Holy Rosary, founder of Pew Ministries, co-founder of Virtual Catholic Conference and the host of Just a Guy in the Pew.

·       It is tough learning how to recognize God’s voice in our hearts. That’s because the enemy’s voice and our own desires frequently drown out the Lord’s call. If we are to become a better person, we need to learn how to distinguish between these competing voices–and St. Ignatius’ 14 rules are a great way to do it. In this episode, we learn from Fr. Gallagher and John who St. Ignatius was, how to recognize the voice of God, what St. Ignatius meant by “rule,” each of the 14 rules and how these rules can be applied to our own lives.

·       Are you ready to hear about St. Ignatius’ 14 Rules for Discernment? Then relax, take a seat and click on a link below:


ü YouTube Link: JustaGuyinthePewFrGallagher


ü Podcast Audio: JustaGuyinthePewFrGallagher

·       To learn more about John’s Just a Guy in the Pew Ministry go to: JustaGuyinthePew. God is great!

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