'The soul of "Tau Zero", in a phrase, is the quest of the Christian mystic, the archetypical adventurer.' How does this tale of adventure affirm the desire at the heart of Christian faith?
Michael Holman describes his visit to a chapel just outside Rome that Ignatius himself visited in 1537. The founder of the Society of Jesus had an experience there that informed his whole mission.
Pierre Favre was one of Ignatius's initial companions and the first of that group to be ordained a priest. Edel McClean introduced this early Jesuit who was admired by all who knew him but plagued by self-doubt.
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