30th July 2020
Finding freedom with St Ignatius
Every feast is a moment in which we renew our relationship, not with an ideal, but with a person. Perhaps 2020 is an opportunity to meet the Ignatius who knew what it was like to face crises and complications.
29th July 2020
Ignatius and the Bible
‘Ignatius was clearly of the view that the biblical stories were potentially a source of life’, says Nicholas King SJ as he explores how the Jesuit founder invites us to engage with the Bible.
26th July 2020
Belief in Hopkins’ turns
Brian McClorry SJ looks at how Hopkins uses a poetic device to illustrate the tensions and discoveries of faith in three of his sonnets.
10th July 2020
Who is going to pay for it all?
Where will the money come from to pay for the UK government's spending to manage the fallout from the Covid-19 crisis? Answering that question in a way that ensures the common good is served is a complicated matter, says Patrick Riordan SJ.
1st July 2020
Miriamic presence in pandemic times
18 July: Today we hear one of two references in the Hebrew Scriptures to Miriam's position, with Moses and Aaron, as a servant of God. How can Miriam's story speak to us today?
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