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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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Ignatian wisdom for Covid-19

What would St Ignatius say to us about coping with Covid-19? Jesuit Nikolaas Sintobin has been imagining

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Spiritual defence and Game of Thrones

BRENDAN McMANUS SJ :: The Battle of Winterfell in 'Game of Thrones' brings to mind some Ignatian principles for self-protection

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‘To live this mission in our broken world’

DECLAN O'KEEFFE :: Educators of Jesuit schools were nourished in their mission as they followed the footsteps of Saint Ignatius on the streets of Spain and Rome.

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The soft sound of praise

GAVIN T. MURPHY :: Enjoying life doesn’t always come with Hallelujah moments of acclamation. As can be found in the lives of three saints, it is often less obvious at first glance.

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