16th October 2019
Discernment as a work of the Church
Friday 20 & Sunday 22 May: Nick Austin reflects on the consequences of the freeing, Spirit-led ecclesial discernment that took place at the Council of Jerusalem.
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.
1st May 2019
Finding God in South Sudan and the USA
Oscar Momanyi SJ reflects on the spiritual experiences he had in South Sudan and the United States, and the lessons he learnt from Jesuits and other men and women in both places.
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.
24th October 2018
To Discern and Reform: The ‘Francis Option’ for Evangelizing a World in Flux
Austen Ivereigh suggests that Pope Francis 'sees in the tribulation and ferment of the Church an opportunity for patient conversion through a renewed humble and joyful dependence on God’s mercy.'
1st August 2018
Striving for perfection or growing into fruitfulness?
24 Oct: the mustard seed that despite its size grows into a home for the birds tells us of the wonder of growth, but also of obstacles that lie in its way.
19th April 2018
Way beyond All Science: A Scientist’s Perspective on Knowing God
How can a scientist believe in God? In an article for The Way, Paul Younger explains how he answers this question & addresses many other challenges that are levelled at him as a Christian scientist.
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