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Living and praying with the land

15 March 2014
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Andy Otto Situated on 600 acres of farmland in Guelph, Ontario, Canada is Loyola House, a Jesuit retreat house where I made an eight-day retreat. The expanse of land, agriculture, and miles of trails make it an ideal place for a retreat house. In fact, retreatants are encouraged to wander and pray with the...
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Talking with Jim Profit

31 January 2014
Una Fe que ama la tierra (una foto del río Speed en Ontario, Canadá tomada por Jim Profit en Noviembre de 2012). Foto de:

Pedro Walpole, SJ There was a farm community at Guelph in Ontario, Canada run by lay people, the handicapped, and the Jesuits — an alternative expression in living until the turn of the millennium. The farm had a living history of Jesuits who lived there for novitiate and regency. A farm project was started...
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Farming as part of spiritual portfolio: Ignatius Jesuit Centre of Guelph, Canada

17 February 2012
Pasantes de la granja, comunidad comparte programas de agricultura. Foto de:

Marianne Karsh The Ignatius Jesuit Centre in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, is a place of beauty and sustenance, a place to pray and play, a place where nature nurtures mind, body and soul.  It is home to several interdependent facilities and projects that collectively uphold the Jesuit mission.  Since 1964, Loyola House has welcomed more...
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