24th May 2021
Ignatius and the Stars
Did you know that Ignatius Loyola was fascinated by the stars? In the pages of The Way, Tim McEvoy invites us to join Ignatius in contemplating the motions of heavenly bodies.
18th May 2021
Loosening the knots: Fortitude
Fortitude as a gift of the Holy Spirit is not an upgrade of a character trait in the one who receives it. It is the self-gift of presence from the one in whose constancy and faithfulness we find our hope.
11th May 2021
Counsels of Imperfection: Thinking Through Catholic Social Teaching
Edward Hadas’s book sets out to explain Catholic Social Teaching not just to the sympathetic, but to the sceptical. It has a strong thematic and analytical approach, introducing the reader to the ‘big ideas’ of CST.
8th May 2021
Loosening the knots: Counsel
Counsel finds its partner in discernment, and the way in which they combine to help us make good choices is a process that found concrete expression on the road to Emmaus, says Teresa White FCJ.
5th May 2021
Loosening the knots: Piety
As Pope Francis remarks, piety is not about going around with your eyes closed “to pose like a picture and pretend to be a saint.” Rather, piety is all about relationships.
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