31st December 2022
'Now, Lord, you let your servant go in peace' (Luke 2:29): Joseph Ratzinger / Pope Benedict XVI (1927-2022)
Jim Corkery SJ considers how the priority of relationship, and especially relationship with Christ, shaped the life and theology of the late pope emeritus, who died on 31 December 2022.
1st June 2022
The world can be seen more clearly from the peripheries: the fourth World Meeting of Popular Movements
In a world where the pandemic has increased inequalities and injustices, the dialogue between Pope Francis and popular movements continues. How did the fourth World Meeting of Popular Movements unfold, five years after the previous one?
16th March 2022
The renewal of theology as dialogue from within: part II
Inviting theologians to an ever more open and inclusive dialogue will, says Cardinal Michael Czerny SJ, bring about renewal by nurturing a theology that is guided by and at the service of the Holy Spirit.
14th March 2022
The renewal of theology as dialogue from within: part I
Cardinal Michael Czerny SJ rereads the magisterial guidance regarding theological research and formation for ministry: what is the pastoral and dialogical approach that theology is called to take?
22nd September 2021
Looking through a different lens
Tina Campbell explains how the vision of ‘a world where all humans can live in freedom and without fear of violation of their dignity and receive the care they need and deserve’ informs her work on the Jesuits' global safeguarding project.
1st July 2021
The journey of synodality
Following Pope Francis, James Hanvey SJ argues that the increasing emphasis on the need for the Church to become more synodal is about more than a reshuffle of current structures and processes.
28th June 2021
Re-imagining the world: Discernment of spirits in Let Us Dream
How can we learn from Pope Francis’ Ignatian approach to distinguishing what is and is not of God, especially as we seek to engage with public discourse about ‘building back better’?
23rd June 2021
The renewal of religious life and Fratelli tutti: Reading Fratelli tutti for religious
Cardinal Michael Czerny SJ uses Fratelli tutti to ask: how are religious today invited to renew and deepen their following of Christ while contributing decisively to the mission of the Church?
20th June 2021
The renewal of religious life and Fratelli tutti
Cardinal Michael Czerny SJ reviews essential elements of Vatican II’s renewal of consecrated life and examines the development of magisterial teaching in the sixty years since.
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