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Covid-19 and building a new normal: An opportune time for promoting integral ways of proceeding

3 August 2020

Christina Kheng The Covid-19 pandemic, along with prevailing challenges such as climate change, inequality, socio-political divisions, and leadership crises in the church and elsewhere have certain things in common. Not only are they major challenges of our time but more importantly, they call for deep conversion in our fundamental paradigms and ways of proceeding....
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JCAP workshop on discernment, depth, action and mission through the UAPs

30 June 2019

With the release of the Universal Apostolic Preferences (UAPs) to guide the Society of Jesus and its works for the next 10 years, the Reconciliation with Creation program of the Jesuit Conference Asia Pacific (JCAP) is organizing a Laudato Si’ spirituality for action workshop from 5 to 9 August 2019 at Balay Laudato Si’...
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Casa Velha: When spirituality and ecology come together

15 May 2019

Ana Catarina André (translated from Portuguese by Madalena Meneses)  Casa Velha is a 67-hectare farm in Vale Travesso, Ourém municipality near Fatima in Portugal.  Some Atravessados members – a group of 18 young people who volunteer there once a month – prepare to plant some leeks, lettuces, zucchinis, cabbages. “You can start with the...
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Ecology and Ignatian spirituality

15 February 2014

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

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

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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