Discernment Disentangled? An Ignatian View

June 17, 2021

In recent years, few words have been so prominent in Christian circles as 'discernment'

The 36th General Congregation of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) saw discernment as 'a gift that we can offer to others'. But in unpacking that 'gift' some misunderstandings may need to be cleared away. I do not claim to have a complete understanding of discernment myself (hence the question-mark in the title) but perhaps what follows may further reflection and discussion of a subject as important as it is elusive...

Jesuits and Dominicans Collaborate on New Senior Appointment

June 1, 2021

Youngest ever Senior Research Fellow at Campion Hall will also teach at Blackfriars.

Iñigo's Battle of the Spirits (a Jesuit comic)

June 24, 2021

Find out what St Ignatius went through in the cave at Manresa during his spiritual awakening.

Human rights campaigner, Father Stan Swamy, dies after seven months in Indian prison

July 5, 2021

He dedicated his life to marginalised people in India, for which he will forever be remembered

Conference: Women, Solidarity, and Ecology

May 19, 2021

Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si’ points towards the importance of solidarity with the earth.