18th October 2021
The Tsugua Diaries
This film was conceived and completed from within the experience of lockdown. To be able to do that, while also presenting something that is visually attractive and conceptually intriguing, is no small achievement.
21st January 2021
Grace in time and place
David Lonsdale is inspired by T.S. Eliot to think that the circumstances in which we are living are offering us a particular grace and suggests an Ignatian way of praying will help us to receive it.
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.
11th December 2018
Advent Examen: 3. The story of my life
In the Examen, says Rob Marsh SJ, ‘we ask to hear a little of God’s story being woven from the fabric of our life.’
5th December 2018
Advent Examen: 2. The grace to know myself
The second stage of our Advent Examen is ‘Prayer for the Light’, in which we ask to be able to see what is truly important in our own lives, say Dushan Croos SJ.
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