By Mary Grace Mangano Everyday Ignatian is a series written by guest contributors, chronicling their daily lives and experiences through the lens of Ignatian spirituality Before she ever wrote a novel or letters to her friends while sick, Flannery O’Connor wrote a prayer journal as a 20-something graduate student. In an early entry, she admitted, …
I close my eyes and say a small prayer confession. Even as I am in the middle of asking for forgiveness, I know I am forgiven. God is faithful, even when I am a jerk.
Gratitude did not come easy in the darkness.