29th December 2018
Jesuit scientists in science fiction
What new territories do Jesuit characters in science fiction novels allow the authors to cover, and what does this tell us about the popular perception of the Society?
21st December 2018
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
Embedded in this film, as Ignatius knew, is the endless fascination of the struggle that immerses us all, and the drama of election between the powers of this world and the reign of the servant king.
20th December 2018
How to be grateful
9 Oct: The Examen can be a profound antidote to accidental ingratitude, such as that displayed by nine of the ten lepers in today's gospel.
19th December 2018
Advent Examen: 5. In joyful hope
In the final stage of the Examen, we imagine how we might move with and for God in the time to come. Frances Murphy concludes our Advent Examen by reflecting on how this mirrors our Advent experience.
12th December 2018
Advent Examen: 4. Give sorrow words
As we reach the fourth stage of our Advent Examen, the focus is on sorrow, but it is not about wallowing or self-condemnation, as Stephen Hoyland emphasises.
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