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The Gift of Poverty

In several places in the New Testament, Jesus meets up with people who ask Him what they should do to gain eternal life. Jesus...

Walking the Ignatian Way: between Kairos and Bytes

Walking is one of the first apprenticeships that we undertake in our evolutionary process from the cradle.  As the years pass, from those first...

Do we decide?

New Zealand’s Government has proposed a plan to prevent smoking for future generations. The new legislation will come into force as in 2023, when...

The Infant Jesus’s Kiss

How breath-taking it would be to give the infant Jesus a kiss! He who came to save us would doubtless have been a captivating...

Why have I Baptized my Son?

In a society that is profoundly secularized and where the Catholic Church loses the faithful at the same rhythm as the trickle of water...

The Lesson of the Cicadas

This year, in the part of the United States where I live, we have had an invasion of cicadas. Billions have appeared suddenly as...

The new

Creativity is today's magic word. It is contemporary politicians’ talisman when facing social quandaries, it is included in the curricula of the top universities...

Hafiz of Persia and Mysticism as Drunkenness

Hafiz as a mystical and poetic figure In this essay I would like to offer my own reading of the mystical poetry of...

«Do not weep»

The French philosopher and psychoanalyst Cynthia Fleury published Le soin est un humanisme (Gallimard) in May 2019. There she stated «when a civilisation is...

Protecting Those Who Support Victims: Global Progress In Overcoming Sexual Abuse Of Girls And Women

Chapter IV, number 38, of the Autobiography of St. Ignatius of Loyola recounts his arrival in Gaeta from Barcelona in 1523. He was joined...

Ignatian Spirituality in Fratelli Tutti

Xavier Jeyaraj. As a Jesuit and more so as the head of the Social Justice and Ecology Secretariat for the Society of Jesus, I found...

Chaos or Wind

Víctor Codina. If we were to search for a wore that might sum up all that we are living in these months of pandemic,...

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The Gift of Poverty