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Ignatian wisdom for loving life

Gavin T. Murphy :: Ignatian wisdom has been a key element in my journey towards loving mental illness and loving life. I present a few gems that may work for you too.

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A Jesuit and a Roshi

American Jesuit and Zen Buddhist teacher, Robert Kennedy, says Buddhism has enhanced his Jesuit vocation

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Is environmental destruction a sin?

The Irish Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice marked the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation by raising public awareness of environmental issues.

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A leadership course with a difference

Joe Greenan, from the Irish Jesuit Provincialate, was one of an international group of Jesuits and colleagues who took part in a novel Ignatian Leadership Program in Manresa , Spain. The goal was to prepare them for mission.

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New administrator at Jesuit Centre of Spirituality in Galway

The Jesuit Centre of Spirituality and Culture in Galway has announced the appointment of Amy Hallett Cusack as administrator of the centre, which has just launched its Autumn/Winter programme of events.

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A pilgrim in Loyola

PATRICK MULDOON :: I work with the Jesuits on the prayer website Sacred Space. It is inspired by the spirituality of Saint Ignatius of Loyola, a sixteenth-century Basque...

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Jesuits cross the sectarian divide

Four Jesuits experienced some of the fruits of peace-work in Belfast over the years. They did cross-community pastoral work in two parishes, leading Ignatian missions, guided prayer and spiritual direction to parishioners.

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How to vote wisely

Fifteen people took part in the referendum workshop on 'Making Good Decisions' organised by team members of the Jesuit Centre of Spirituality and Culture in Galway. Their feedback was encouraging.

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Jesuits in Lahore

Brian O'Leary SJ was invited to Pakistan to lecture on aspects of Ignatian spirituality. He found a small but vibrant group of Jesuits as well as many other dedicated religious. The political climate, however, was daunting. He reports.

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