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Ecology and Ignatian spirituality

15 February 2014
Un paisaje de las tierras altas en el norte de Mindanao, Filipinas. Foto de: P Walpole

José Antonio García, SJ The project of caring for the earth is so crucial to the future of humankind that all traditions – humanistic, scientific, or spiritual – ought to make a contribution. From this conviction, there arises the question whether Ignatian spirituality has some distinctive inspiration to bring to the service of the...
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Feeding the 5000: Updating the Rules for Eating?

31 August 2013
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Jaime Tatay, SJ Is it legitimate to relate a contemporary advocacy campaign on food waste and a few marginal notes on a 16th century prayer book? In my opinion, I think it is. Eating has often been considered a minor spiritual issue, especially compared to the centrality of prayer, silence, or biblical meditation. Yet...
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Saint Ignatius in nature’s embrace: A 3-D view, Retrospective-Perspective-Reflective

31 May 2013
Loyola paisaje, 2011. Foto de: P Walpole

Hedwig Lewis, SJ Retrospective: Loyola Valley Guipúzcoa, Spain, in the 16th century, was one of three Basque Provinces (with Alava and Vizcaya) beyond the Pyrenees.1 At the end of the 15th century, the kingdom of Castile and Leon, of central and northern Spain claimed jurisdiction over the Basque province of Guipúzcoa where the house...
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