2014

This is the fifth reflection commemorating the two hundredth anniversary of the Restoration of the Society of Jesus. A reflection on the life of Cardinal Augustin Bea.The monks of Pluscarden Abbey sing the Benedictus: “Blessed be the Lord, the God of Israel! He has visited his people and redeemed them. He has raised up for us a mighty saviour in the house of David his servant, as he promised by the lips of holy men, those who were his prophets from of old. A saviour who would free us from...
MAGIS is an international event for young adults aged 17 to 30. It is organised by the Jesuits and the Ignatian family in Britain, Ireland, The Netherlands and Flanders. This year the event takes place from 6  - 17 August in Ireland.We will spend the first two days in Gonzaga College, Dublin, where there will be workshops themed around the questions “Who am I” and “Who is God”. Every day we will pray, work and celebrate together as well as having lots of fun. After...
Do you want to meet other Christian young adults?Do you want to discover how to make of the world a better place?Do you want to discover who God is for you?Join the Experience in Magis Ireland.MAGIS is an international event for young adults aged 17 to 30. It is organised by the Jesuits and the Ignatian family in Britain, Ireland, The Netherlands and Flanders. This year the event takes place from 6  - 17 August in Ireland.We will spend the first two days in Gonzaga College, Dublin, where...
The Lent 2014 Lecture Series at the Centre for Eastern Christianity, Heythrop College, will focus on the Eastern Catholic Tradition Today, considering perspectives ranging from Albania to Antioch and Greece to Ukraine. The speaker for the first two lectures in the series will be Revd Dr Robin Gibbons, Research Fellow at the Centre for Eastern Christianity at Heythrop, whose topics will be 'The Eastern Greek Catholic Tradition and Heritage' (Wednesday 22 January) and 'The Eastern Greek Catholic...
Image of the first page of the Papal Bull
If someone hasn’t written yet on the subject  of email and spirituality, I am sure they will soon. Much is said about the social media of Facebook and twitter, while the old fashioned email hardly gets a mention. Yet for many people email can dominate, define and direct their day.  When I get up in the morning, do I switch on my computer immediately (assuming I have switched it off!), anxious to see if anyone has communicated with me while I have been asleep?  Depressed to find...