July 31 celebrates the feast of St. Ignatius of Loyola. Today I’ve been mindful of this dear man of God who made it his quest to give God all the glory and to find God everywhere. Fast forward several centuries and there are tens of thousands of men and women in the world who have made the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius either in the long retreat or amidst daily life. What a treasure Ignatius left for us! Before we drift off into peaceful slumber tonight, we might ask where we found God this day … perhaps in the smile of a young child or an elderly person? in a patient or client’s valiant acceptance of suffering? in the clerk at the store? in a surprise note or gift? in the beauty of a butterfly or summer flower? Let us know where you found God today! And let’s keep our hearts set on deepening our awareness that we might truly come to see God in all things.