11th January 2023
The Mystery of Christian Intellectual Discernment: Learning from Ephrem the Syrian and Anastasios of Sinai
Should Christian academics, researchers and others pursue intellectual work in different ways from those who do not share their faith?
18th August 2022
Discernment for all
Michael Smith SJ, writing for The Way, considers how Ignatius explored discernment, and how its principles can still be applied to a fruitful end even among, for example, colleagues who don’t share a faith commitment.
15th June 2022
Ecological conversion and socio-economic discernment
How can the practice of discernment be shared and used in a meaningful way to influence the socio-economic decision-making needed to bring change to communities?
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 May 2021
Ignatius and the Stars
Did you know that Ignatius Loyola was fascinated by the stars? In the pages of The Way, Tim McEvoy invites us to join Ignatius in contemplating the motions of heavenly bodies.
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.
12th November 2020
A time of choosing: Conversion and discernment in the mind of Pope Francis
Tim McEvoy uses 'Christus vivit' to explore what conversion and discernment mean in the mind of Pope Francis and, in particular, how they relate to one another.
14th August 2020
Psychological Foundations of Interior Movements
When it comes to the Spiritual Exercises and spiritual direction, ‘we need to accept the sort of brain that we have got, and we need to work with it’, writes Roger Dawson SJ in the July 2020 issue of The Way.
14th May 2020
Ecological Conversion and the Spiritual Exercises
Eric Jensen SJ explores conversion through the thought of Jesuit theologian Bernard Lonergan and considers what it looks like in practice.
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