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Ignatian Christian Life

Ignatian Christian Life: A New Paradigm (2021), published by the Institute of Jesuit Sources, proposes a new model for the relationship between religion and culture, looking specifically at the Ignatian tradition and challenging the framework in which Ignatian scholars have … Continue reading

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“Encounters: Inspiration & Conversion”

“Encounters: Inspiration & Conversion” is an exhibition that looks at encountering Jesus Christ and the Blessed Virgin Mary in landscapes or settings beyond the usual Biblical locations, through Ignatian imaginative prayer. The two-part display consists of framed collages and books … Continue reading

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Spiritual Exercises for a Secular Age

Spiritual Exercises for a Secular Age: Desmond and the Quest for God (University of Notre Dame Press, 2020) by Boston College alumnus Ryan G. Duns, S.J., is at the crossroads of theology and philosophy.  In his book, Fr. Duns frames … Continue reading

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Ignatian-Based Ethical Leadership colloquium

Chris Lowney, author of Heroic Leadership: Best Practices from a 450-Year-Old Company that Changed the World, will be the keynote speaker at an Ignatian-Based Ethical Leadership colloquium on Oct. 14 from 1 to 6 p.m in Fulton Hall 145. Other speakers … Continue reading

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Praying our stories

Alumna Elizabeth Eiland Figueroa, a clinical social worker, has written a post for dotMagis, the blog of IgnatianSpirituality.com. In her post, “Praying Our Stories,” she recalls a course she took her senior at BC which explored God’s presence in the everyday experiences … Continue reading

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Lenten exercises

In his timely new book, The Ignatian Workout for Lent (Loyola Press), Boston College alumnus Tim Muldoon offers 40 brief exercises—organized according to the four weeks of prayer from the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius—that can be used by readers … Continue reading

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