Jan
18
2017

Henri Nouwen: His Life and Spirit

Posted by Joseph Schner, SJ in Our Culture

"If Kevin Burns latest book, Henri Nouwen: His Life and Spirit, were a musical composition, it might be subtitled "variations on a theme". "

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Jan
17
2017

Later Painting

Posted by Greg Kennedy, SJ in Our Culture

A poem that looks at the lives of May and Joseph after the death of their son.

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Jan
16
2017

The Evolving World of Jesuit Education

Posted by Len Altilia, SJ in Our Daily Lives

Things are developing in the Jesuit world that are having a significant impact on the way education happens in the vast array of Jesuit school around the globe and, from my personal perspective, in North America and more specifically in Canada.

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Jan
15
2017

Negros y Blancos: Black, White and Blue All Over

Posted by Greg Kennedy, SJ in Our Seasons

"Had my faith the same intensity and dedication as go into the marvels of this carnival, I would be a walking firebrand setting the world aflame with the love of God. Had my soul the same depth of desire to make manifest the beauty of creation, I would be moving mountains to glorify the Creator. The lesson is to live fully and thus praise the font of life."

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Jan
14
2017

What We Believe: Part 2 - Fidelity of God's People

Posted by Father Benign, SJ in Our Spirituality

Part 2 of this series about the new Catechism looks at the presentation of Jewish history in a digest form.

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Jan
14
2017

Regret

Posted by Jason Vaz, SJ in Our Culture

Today's Poetry Tuesday reflects on childhood and breakage.

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Jan
13
2017

Martyrs' Shrine Santa Project 2016

Posted by Patrick Goldricks, SJ in Our Daily Lives

The Martyrs' Shrine in Midland has a unique project at Christmas.

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Jan
12
2017

The Journey: Letters Home, 1961 - 1963 Part 15

Posted by Frank Obrigewitsch, SJ in Our Daily Lives

In an ongoing new series for igNation, using excerpts from letters written to his parents between 1961 and 1963, Father Frank Obrigewitsch, SJ shares his experience of being a Jesuit novice and scholastic.

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Jan
11
2017

And Then There Were Three

Posted by Garrett Gundlach, SJ in Our Daily Lives

"Mothers bear extraordinary graces, especially when Garrett Gundlach, SJ forgets that the mother is pregnant." Reposted from The Jesuit Post.

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Jan
10
2017

Black Cat

Posted by Jason Vaz, SJ in Our Culture

Today's Poetry Tuesdays looks at that mysterious and alluring black cat we've all encountered.

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