Jesuits around the world are remembering Peter Hans Kolvenbach, the previous Superior General who just passed away. Here, Tony Homsy, SJ recounts memories from living with him in Lebanon.
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Tony is a Syrian Jesuit from the Middle East Province. He is the webmaster for his Province's website. He now works for Dar Al-Mashreq, the Jesuit publishing house in Beirut. After he graduated from the University of Aleppo in the Bio-chemistry department, he joined the Society of Jesus, studied philosophy and Arab Civilization in Beirut, Lebanon and Digital Journalism at Creighton University in Omaha, then worked with JRS in Damascus, Syria. Besides studying, Tony spends time on photography and translating to and from Arabic.
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6 Spiritual Lessons Learned from Watching Michael Phelps
We may not be Michael Phelps in the pool, writes Tony Homsy, SJ, but watching him can help us “fight the good fight.”
A Man of Peace: Fr. Frans van der Lugt, SJ
Tony Homsy, a friend of the Dutch Jesuit killed in Syria this week, reflects on what he learned from the life of this man of peace.
Praying for Syria: Living Icons
Tony Homsy asks us to ask God for faith, hope and love for the Syrian people – and shows us three living Icons of those living virtues.
A Prayer for Syria
On the day Pope Francis has called the Church to pray for peace in Syria, Tony Homsy, a Syrian Jesuit, asks God to bring a resurrection of peace to his country.