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Mountain mindfulness: The climb

ASHLEY EVANS SJ :: The Irish Jesuit draws a striking parallel between his experience climbing Sgurr Nan Each mountain in Scotland and completing the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius Loyola.

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Minding myself, minding others

GAVIN T. MURPHY :: For people with mental illness, there are certain critical considerations when it comes to living with others.

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“Stay in consolation”

BRENDAN McMANUS :: Pope Francis urged Irish Jesuits to ‘stay in consolation’ in relation to prayer and the spiritual life. This means much more than merely 'Stay positive'.

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Enduring our dreams

GAVIN T. MURPHY :: It takes guts, courage and heart to find peace and serenity in the midst of an often chaotic world of stress and anxiety.

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Faith and mental health

Gavin T. Murphy tells his story of living with bipolar disorder and describes what has worked for him over the years

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Ecumenical work in Sweden

Brendan McManus SJ presented a two-day conference on Ignatian Spirituality to a group of reformed church ministers, mostly Lutherans, in Sweden

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Leaning in and letting go

ANNE MARIE DOLAN :: A new year can be looked at as leaning into a new season of life and may be viewed as going through a season of change like a trapeze artist.

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Living a mindful 2018

Loyola Press in America are to publish 'Finding God in the Mess: Meditations for Mindful Living' by Brendan McManus SJ and Jim Deeds

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