If the answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything is 42, then what is that question?
'Who is God for me?' Helen Costigane suggests that asking this question of ourselves, and listening closely to the answer, might be the best way for our consciences to be formed and informed. How does our image of God relate to our moral development?
There are two good reasons for thinking about moral dilemmas, argues Jesuit philosopher Gerard J. Hughes. The first is quite simply to look for an answer to the question, ‘When one is in a real dilemma, what on earth is one supposed to do?’ The second reason is rather less obvious, and it is to discover what moral dilemmas have to teach us about moral principles quite generally. What can we learn from our considerations of the moral world?
Joe Egerton argues that by reflecting on what we understand by Aquinas being a saint, we may better appreciate how much he has to offer us in solving today's problems.
Marcel Uwineza SJ asks if the task of reconciliation for the Church in Africa might become clearer in light of the work of philosopher Gabriel Marcel.
Who was Bernard Lonergan, and why is his work so important and relevant to Jesuits today?
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