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Asking for help when you need it

BRENDAN McMANUS :: People with poor mental health can become trapped by their condition. They don't feel well enough to get help. But help is available and it is necessary

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Looking back to see forward

BRENDAN McMANUS :: Using the insights of St Ignatius so as to develop a habit of reflection in oneself and in one's students

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A message of joy from the Provincial

Fr Leonard Moloney SJ speaks of the qualitative difference between 'happiness' and 'joy' in his video Christmas message to Jesuits, colleagues, and their families and friends

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Record numbers praying on Sacred Space

Nearly half a million people prayed on Sacred Space, the online prayer ministry of the Jesuits, this September, and its social media engagement is thriving

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A faith-filled video game

The first-ever Catholic video game for children' Wanderlight: A Pilgrim's Adventure' has been launched by Loyola Press, an apostolic work of the Jesuits based in Chicago

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If I were Stevie Nicks’s Spiritual Guide

Brendan McManus SJ :: What spiritual wisdom of St Ignatius would have helped Stevie Nicks navigate her journey through the treacherous waters of fame, wealth, and addiction?

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The sacredness of secular music

Brendan McManus SJ explains his love of music, and the intrinsic connection he feels it has with the spiritual life.

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A spirituality of failure

In his new book on walking the Ignatian Camino, Brendan McManus describes what he learned along the pilgrim way

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