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Vigilant of the ultimate gloom

GAVIN T. MURPHY :: A poetic reflection on a depressive episode to accompany young people in the creation of a hope-filled future.

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Vigilant of the speed limit

GAVIN T. MURPHY :: A poetic reflection on the common hypomanic state to accompany young people in the creation of a hope-filled future.

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Vigilant of intolerance

GAVIN T. MURPHY :: A poetic reflection on vigilance of the dysphoric state in line with the Jesuits' new apostolic preference for young people.

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Helping someone out of a hole

BRENDAN McMANUS SJ :: When someone is in a hole, find a way to help them without getting into the hole yourself!

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Surviving ‘Blue Monday’

GAVIN T. MURPHY :: Six guidelines on how to endure or even transcend the third Monday of January which has become known as the bleakest day of the year.

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Discernment in Drongen

Jesuits and colleagues from North-West Europe came together for a meeting on communal discernment in Drongen, Belgium, on 3-5 January 2019

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Bursts of loveliness

GAVIN T. MURPHY :: A reflection on a Jesuit tradition of finding God in all things through the practice of Zen Buddhist meditation.

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Advent – a time of contradictions

Dr Kevin Hargaden of JCFJ spoke with Pat Coyle about the importance of spiritual nourishment during the often-difficult time of Advent

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Mountain mindfulness: Companions

ASHLEY EVANS SJ :: The Irish Jesuit gives an account of the companions who have climbed the Scottish Highlands with him over the years, naming them the Hammer, the Horse and the Princess.

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Loving my support network

GAVIN T. MURPHY :: The blogger, who lives with bipolar disorder, goes on a mission to hear and respond to the needs of those who care for him.

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