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Jesuit life

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Am I Anything Else at All?

Explore the depths of how our roles within community and spirituality shape our identity, with insights from Eric Clayton on Ignatian spirituality. This reflection delves into the interplay between individuality and community, highlighting the significance of love and decisions in fostering relationships.

The Ignatian Way with Father Lissaint Antoine: Embracing God in Ourselves and Others

In a world where digital connections abound and it seems easy to be hyper-connected, yet where genuine understanding often eludes us, Father Lissaint Antoine, SJ, provincial secretary, reflects on the wisdom of Ignatian spirituality. In his experience, Ignatian spirituality enables us to enter into relationship with others, always ready to listen to them and walk …

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“I Love God and God Loves Me; Come Join the Party”: Jesuit Novices Pronounce First Vows

By José Sánchez On August 12th at St. Kevin Church in Montreal, Justin Sauro, SJ, and Nader Nasralla, SJ, pronounced their First Vows, marking a significant step in their journey with the Society of Jesus. Fr. Erik Oland, the Provincial of the Jesuits of Canada, delivered a homily that underscored the importance of experiencing God’s …

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Embodying the Jesuit Identity Today: Insights from a Formation Community

In an insightful conversation, theology student Erik Sorensen, SJ, shares his experiences at Regis College and the Regis Jesuit Community in Toronto, Ontario, and how they live out the Universal Apostolic Preferences. He provides a unique lens on the practical application of Pilgrims Together – With Jesus in Mission, the apostolic planning document of the …

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