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Gavin T. Murphy

Gavin Thomas Murphy (BS Psychology, MA Applied Spirituality) is a Dubliner and writer on Ignatian Spirituality. He was educated by the Jesuits in Ireland and the US, and spent time as a Jesuit novice in the UK. He also practises Zen meditation.

From the lighthouse

Seeing the light of the world

GAVIN THOMAS MURPHY :: An Ignatian contemplation on the light of the body and an inspiring survivor of the Beirut explosion.

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Kneeling knights

GAVIN THOMAS MURPHY :: Maintaining a humble prayer posture helps to empty ourselves and acknowledges our complete dependence.

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New life, new normal

GAVIN THOMAS MURPHY :: Psychologists note that gratitude and increased spirituality may result from a period of quarantine or isolation.

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To everything a season

GAVIN THOMAS MURPHY :: Ignatian-inspired reflections on one of the most important lessons of the Covid-19 crisis.

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Descending Djouce

GAVIN THOMAS MURPHY :: A reflection on gifts and gratitude during a hike in County Wicklow.

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Contemplative nothingness

GAVIN THOMAS MURPHY :: Looking to a solitary figure in the wilderness may speak of our pain and faith during the Covid-19 crisis.

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Contemplative joy

GAVIN THOMAS MURPHY :: Turning to the Divine Office and a personal mantra of praise can give a new lease of life during the Covid-19 crisis.

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A bird’s call

GAVIN THOMAS MURPHY :: A reflection and guided meditation on finding God in nature and in the "sound of sheer silence".

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The embrace

GAVIN T. MURPHY :: A Visio Divina, inspired by The Magnificat, on being close while having to keep our distance.

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