Ron Darwen SJ explores two different portrayals of Ignatius Loyola, and describes how the first Superior General continues to accompany Jesuits on their spiritual journeys.
Jan Graffius explains why the pieces that formed the Held in Trust exhibition are so significant to the history of the Catholic faith.
Director: Andrew Stanton
Starring: Fred Willard, Jeff Garlin, Sigourney Weaver, John Ratzenberger, Kathy Najimy
UK Release date: 18 July 2008
The characters are so convincingly rendered that the events that follow make perfect sense. The plot races ahead at a thrilling pace, unwilling to condescend to the audience or waste precious storytelling time. And all this culminates in what is essentially a spectacular morality tale.
Bishop John Arnold describes St Paul's conversion as a long journey in faith, rather than a singular event on the road to Damascus, and looks at what we can learn from this journey.
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