Jesuit values at public universities? The Newman Center at UCSD is taking to heart Fr. Arrupe’s call to form men and women for others, one service project, one retreat at a time.
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If you went to a Jesuit school, you likely heard about being a ‘person for others.’ Do you really know what that means?
In his first article, William reflects on how perfectionist ideals can distract him from the ongoing journey that the Ignatian concept of the magis demands.
Have you ever heard the term Magis? Too often this Ignatian term gets misused. Magis doesn’t just mean “more.” There’s more to it than that.
We have to sweat the small stuff, because many times, the small stuff is where the good and evil spirit are at work.
For our latest Jesuit 101 reflection, Ignatius, a first-time writer, reveals the waves of consolation and desolation he experienced on his novitiate pilgrimage.
In our latest Jesuit 101 piece, Justin heads into prison not expecting to have anything in common with the inmates. He learns quickly that God speaks in a universal language.
The terms “consolation” and “desolation” are used regularly in Ignatian spirituality, but what do they mean? Ian Peoples, SJ, offers some insight from St. Ignatius for our Jesuit 101 series.
During Lent, St. Ignatius once threatened to throw out any Jesuit who did one little thing. It’s probably not what you expect.
It can be incredibly distressing not to be believed. In our latest Jesuit 101 reflection, John encourages us to listen even to those whom everyone else doubts.