9th November 2021
The End of Religion: New Explorations in Spiritual Practice with Aelred Graham
‘The dialogue between East and West has continued unabated in my head and heart for half a century already’ writes Richard Boileau, as he shares the fruits of that dialogue in an article for The Way.
24th February 2021
The Gift of a Stranger: Forcibly Displaced People and Hope-Gifting
We look everywhere for people, things and experiences to help us overcome hopelessness, to no avail. Yet, a place to which most people have not turned is the lives of the forcibly displaced.
18th July 2019
Gem Yecla explores what it means to participate in God’s ongoing work of creation through spiritual direction and the Spiritual Exercises.
22nd March 2019
Seeking the God Beyond: A Beginner’s Guide to Christian Apophatic Spirituality
To those who pray apophatically or feel God urging them to a relationship deeper than words, Williams offers a language to convey the dynamics of such prayer & a guarantee that the seeker isn’t alone.
16th August 2017
The Virgin Eye: Towards a Contemplative View of Life
Daniels is wise in identifying the social causes of stress, on the need for stillness, and, above all, in never using psychology as an escape from social responsibility or the spiritual search.
3rd November 2016
St Charles Borromeo
St Charles Borromeo, the 16th century Archbishop of Milan whose feast we celebrate on 4 November, was well acquainted with the early Jesuit community in Rome and familiar with Ignatian spirituality.
29th April 2015
What are we doing on earth for Christ’s sake?
Richard Leonard describes his inspiration to address the uncertainties about faith that so many young people have today, including the biggest one of all: what are we doing on earth for Christ’s sake?
1st April 2015
Political mindfulness and the plight of modern Britain
Rosemary Boyle brings a Christian perspective to mindful practice and asks what a political mindfulness might achieve.
16th November 2012
Spiritual and Religious: The Benefits of Being Both
Many people today define themselves as ‘spiritual but not religious’, but is it really that easy, or healthy, to separate spirituality and religion from one another? James Martin SJ thinks not, and in an extract from his popular book, The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything, he explains why religion should not be dismissed so readily.
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