Spirituality

Brian Grogan 4: God’s BHAG for the world!

December 15, 2020

'God's Project for the World' is the fourth and final talk on the theme of death and the afterlife by Brian Grogan SJ via Zoom, for Knock Shrine

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Filter your thoughts against reality

December 15, 2020

BRENDAN McMANUS SJ :: Hints for living a balanced life, learning to distinguish between the different voices in our head.

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Pope Video for December: For a life of prayer

December 9, 2020

In the Pope Video for December, Pope Francis remarks that through the conversation we have with Jesus "we change reality"

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A life-changing meeting

December 2, 2020

PAT CORKERY SJ :: For the feast of St Francis Xavier, December 3, a reflection on the great missionary saint whose life was transformed by meeting Ignatius of Loyola

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A matter of life and death

December 1, 2020

Gerry O'Hanlon SJ responds to the call by Gino Kenny TD for a respectful debate about assisted dying, proposing a wider frame for understanding suffering and dignity

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Not just wishful thinking

November 24, 2020

Brian Grogan SJ continues his video series on the afterlife, live-streamed from Knock Shrine this November. In talk two he outlines the evidence for the resurrection

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‘Belief is hard work’

November 11, 2020

Brian Grogan SJ is giving a series of Zoom talks on death and life after death during the month of November. They are live-streamed from Knock Shrine

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Why lockdown is like an Ignatian retreat

November 10, 2020

BRENDAN McMANUS SJ :: A time of lockdown is often experienced as an involuntary ‘retreat'. Insights from spiritual retreats can be helpful.

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Ten Ignatian tips for surviving autumn lockdown

October 27, 2020

BRENDAN McMANUS SJ :: Notes for a Zoom workshop on 'Praying your way to peace and positivity' in the latest lockdown phase

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The experience of grace: a reflection

October 21, 2020

BILL TONER SJ :: Notes for an online group reflection on the experience of God's grace, with a little help from Karl Rahner

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