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From South Africa’s Apartheid to Israel’s Divides

Discover the inspiring journey of Fr. David Neuhaus, SJ, a Jewish Israeli, Roman Catholic Jesuit priest, and advocate for justice and peace. Explore his work bridging Jewish, Christian, and Muslim communities, and his dedication to promoting equality and freedom.

Called by Our Faith to Broaden Our Horizons

Explore how Ignatian charism promotes inclusion and diversity within the community. Discover how spirituality and ecological engagement combine to offer a space of peace and meaning for everyone.

Faithful to Our Tradition, Faithful to Our Roots: A Sister’s Path

Explore Sister Priscilla Solomon’s inspiring journey of reconciling her Indigenous and Catholic identities. Learn how she promotes reconciliation between Indigenous peoples and the Church, and discover insights for navigating multiple identities in faith and culture.

A Graced History: Loyola House Looks Back at 60 Years of Renewal

Join us in celebrating the 60th anniversary of Loyola House in Guelph, a renowned retreat center deeply rooted in Jesuit history. Discover the transformative power of Ignatian spirituality that has enriched countless lives over the decades. Learn about our journey, evolving traditions, and commitment to spiritual growth, community, and justice.

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.

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