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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.

Getting Lost to Find Ourselves

By Jean-Claude Ravet  To be a Christian is to experience a liberating encounter with Jesus—that is, a grace that enlightens and gives peace, reconciles and consoles, animates and strengthens, and pushes us forward and an encounter that profoundly alters our presence in the world, radically orienting our steps toward beauty and praise, justice and love, …

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“Christina, do your taxes!”: Embracing New Life One Step at a Time

Discover Christina Pinnavaria’s transformative journey from struggling with mental health and alcohol dependence to finding hope and healing through prayer and participation in the Spiritual Transformation in Recovery (STIR) program. This inspiring story highlights the power of community support, spiritual accompaniment, and the courage to face life’s challenges one step at a time.

Fostering a culture of discernment: Reflecting on the state of the Society and deeper commitment to the mission of Christ

At the heart of our work within the Society of Jesus is a journey—the search for a deeper commitment to Christ’s mission. Whether professed religious or lay colleagues, we are called to be Pilgrims Together, partners in mission nurtured by a culture of greater participation and communal discernment in the Spirit. The State of the …

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