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Love & Service

There is a world of difference between being drawn by love to serve others and promote the common good, and being driven by other forces, such as anger. What are the interior movements associated with my social action? It is possible to ‘keep all the rules’ and look like we… Read More »Love & Service

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Pope Francis and Thinking With the Church

Sandie Cornish reflects on the meaning of ‘thinking with the Church’ for Jesuits, and Pope Francis’ recent comments on this notion. What does ‘thinking with the Church’ mean to you?

Finding God in our Everyday Lives

Jim Manney SJ talks about the Examen prayer. It is an Ignatian way of praying that helps us to be more conscious of God’s presence in our lives. Becky Eldredge explains the five steps of the Examen

Two Forms of Examen

The examen or examination of consciousness is a fundamental practice of the Ignatian spirituality tradition. I developed this resource, An Examination of Consciousness for the Faith into Action workshop organised by the Wollongong Diocese. It combines prayer at the conclusion of the workshop with an opportunity for reflection and feedback… Read More »Two Forms of Examen

Finding God in All Things

This video from Loyola Press introduces a central idea of Ignatian spirituality – finding God in all things. The insight that God is present and active in and through all things leads us to a socially engaged spirituality.