A Jesuit scientist and the Spiritual Exercises

A Jesuit scientist and the Spiritual Exercises

Experiencing science in a state of openness to the spiritual dimension in order to enter into relationship with God.

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The shoots of the rosebush: Life that is hidden and always new

The shoots of the rosebush: Life that is hidden and always new

“In every house I’ve lived in I’ve planted roses, because the wonder of seeing a plant in bud and flowering helps me to pray. In the house here we have three small gardens, and just now as I wandered over to the roses, I realized that they have flowered all year long...”

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The new Jesuit Blessed, Philipp Jeningen – What has he got to say to us?

The new Jesuit Blessed, Philipp Jeningen – What has he got to say to us?

When the Church beatifies a person who died more than 300 years, we always want to know why. What does the person still have to tell us?

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Fr. Philipp Jeningen, Rural Missionary, is beatified

Fr. Philipp Jeningen, Rural Missionary, is beatified

Philipp Jeningen was born in 1642 in Bavaria and exercised his priestly ministry as an itinerant preacher, mostly in that same region of Germany. For many years, he was attached to the Jesuit basilica in Ellwangen. That is where he died and was buried in 1704.

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Two Jesuits assassinated in Mexico, 20 June 2022

Two Jesuits assassinated in Mexico, 20 June 2022

“It is with deep sorrow and a sense of anguish that I inform you that in the afternoon of 20 June, in Cerocahui, Tarahumara, Jesuit Fathers Javier Campos SJ and Joaquín Mora SJ were murdered while trying to defend a man...

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Meet Anthony Corcoran SJ, Apostolic Administrator in Kyrgyzstan

Meet Anthony Corcoran SJ, Apostolic Administrator in Kyrgyzstan

Since 2017, Fr Anthony Corcoran, a native of the United States, has been the Apostolic Administrator of this territory. We met him during his visit to the General Curia.

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Francis Xavier: also at the heart of the Ignatian Year

Francis Xavier: also at the heart of the Ignatian Year

December 3 is the Feast of Saint Francis Xavier, who was a great missionary in Asia but before that was a companion of Ignatius of Loyola.

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Missionary Disciples – The Pope Video

Missionary Disciples – The Pope Video

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Integrating faith – life – mission

Integrating faith – life – mission

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The UAPs are inspiring… and they can inspire the youth in Myanmar

The UAPs are inspiring… and they can inspire the youth in Myanmar

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Fr. Stan Swamy, SJ, Human Rights activist in India, passes away

Fr. Stan Swamy, SJ, Human Rights activist in India, passes away

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A radio that has nourished people’ s hearts for 90 years

A radio that has nourished people’ s hearts for 90 years

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