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As the Ignatian Family Teach-In celebrates its 25th anniversary, it continues to emphasize the legacy of the past so that we might learn how to build a better future.
In the First Week of the Spiritual Exercises, St. Ignatius wants us to focus on the reality of sin in the world and in ourselves. This helps us to recognize God’s great mercy and to see ourselves as sinners loved by God.
In his first installment of this season’s Deacon’s Diary, Damian introduces himself and offers a glimpse into the adventure called life.
On the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, Mark reflects on the ways Franciscan spirituality seeded and nurtured his Jesuit vocation.
In the last year, two great Jesuit historians passed away: Fr. John Padberg and Fr. John O’Malley. A budding Jesuit historian reflects on their legacy.
In his sixteenth and final installment, Fr. Steve comes to the end of a pivotal year.
As the semester starts up again, Tim wonders: How does a Jesuit balance a commitment to the one Truth with the openness to perspectives required in the Academy?
The vow of chastity can be the most confounding and unsettling, both to those who process the vows and to those who don’t. Nick reflects on the challenges and the graces of this vow and how he learned to live it through the example of his parents.
Next week, Jesuit novices across the continent will take First Vows. What does that even mean?