25th January 2019
Heavenly help: Joseph’s story
The story of a young Jewish boy in Budapest during World War II, taken away from everything he knew and loved, whose life was saved by miraculous interventions by, among others, a Jesuit priest.
21st January 2019
Mary Ward: discernment, verity and freedom
Theodora Hawksley celebrates Mary Ward’s remarkable capacity to resist opposition and to hold on to the truth that she had discerned, and highlights five ways in which we can follow her example.
17th January 2019
Brexit, the Commons and the common good
Joe Egerton suggests that the procedural reforms proposed by the sixteenth century Jesuit, Robert Parsons, could facilitate a process of conciliation on Brexit.
16th January 2019
Living with Anxiety, Medication and Prayer
We may sometimes feel that our prayers are little more than the widow’s insignificant coins, thrown into the temple treasury in the gospel for 21 Nov. But quiet prayers are noticed by God.
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