Prayer and Reflections

  • 3-Minute RetreatTake three minutes for a daily interactive prayer break, right at your computer.
  • Sunday ConnectionPrepare to better understand the upcoming Sunday’s Scripture readings with useful background and activities.
  • Online Ministries  this site provides spiritual formation opportunities that strengthen personal and communal growth. Its activities are consistent with the mission of Creighton University to orient and educate the Creighton faculty and staff about the centrality of the Christian, Jesuit mission of the University that includes Ignatian spirituality.
  • Saints StoriesExplore the lives of holy men and women who have become models of discipleship.
  • Liturgical YearCelebrate the feasts and seasons of the Church year.
  •®: Explore Ignatian spirituality, a practical spirituality for daily life with a 500-year-old tradition dating back to St. Ignatius of Loyola.

The Congregation of St. Joseph is dedicated to equality. We believe that racism is a blatant sin against the dignity of human persons, each created in the image and likeness of God. Because racism flagrantly obstructs the unioning love that God wills for all, we have dedicated ourselves to work toward rooting out racism from our hearts, from our Congregation, and from our world. This reconciling work of justice-making is our participation in the entire Congregation’s promise “to network with others across the world to bring about a shift in the global culture from institutionalized power and privilege to a culture of inclusivity and mutuality.”