27th July 2022
Pierre Favre on the mercy of God
What does St Pierre Favre's person-centred approach to confession reveal about the God to whom he was introduced by St Ignatius Loyola, and the grace that God offers through the sacrament of confession?
4th November 2021
The Jesuit way toward holiness
‘The list of Jesuit saints parallels the diversity of the Society itself’, writes Jesuit historian Thomas Flowers, as he considers how Jesuit saints have lived lives of holiness in the Society.
5th May 2021
Why would anyone want to be a Jesuit today? The wisdom and example of Peter Canisius
The social and religious context in which St Peter Canisius entered the Society of Jesus was not all that different to the one in which we find ourselves today, writes Thomas Flowers SJ.
25th April 2021
Loosening the knots: Knowledge
‘In an age in which we are bombarded with information, opinion and argument, the Spirit’s gift of knowledge invites us into the deeper truth of Jesus Christ’, writes Thomas Flowers SJ.
4th March 2021
How Bleedeth Burning Love
An online exhibition of relics of the Reformation Martyrs held by the British Jesuit Province brings to life the stories not just of the martyrs but of those who were sustained by their witness.
9th September 2020
The trouble with catechesis
How easy is it to define methods of inviting people to a life with Christ when that invitation will be heard in so many different languages, cultures and contexts?
26th July 2019
James Brodrick: Jesuit storyteller
Jesuit history is not about glorying in the past triumphs of the Society. Rather, it is about teaching Jesuits to be better Jesuits, and all Christians to be better followers of Christ.
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