Balancing social media

November 8, 2022

BRENDAN McMANUS SJ :: Social media is a great thing, but we need to know how to recognise the signals that tell us when it is becoming addictive and negative.

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Ten Ignatian tips for surviving autumn lockdown

October 27, 2020

BRENDAN McMANUS SJ :: Notes for a Zoom workshop on 'Praying your way to peace and positivity' in the latest lockdown phase

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The Devil wears Prada: an Ignatian perspective

November 15, 2019

BRENDAN McMANUS :: The promise of glamour and prestige in the ruthless fashion industry brings the protagonist to an 'Ignatian moment' of facing the truth and making a choice

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Priestly vocation? Your questions answered

May 15, 2019

A new website has been launched by the Vocations Committee of the Irish Jesuit province to help young men discern a vocation to the priesthood

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Process evaluation and the apostolic preferences

March 27, 2019

Brian Grogan SJ speaks with Pat Coyle about his work on discernment in the context of the apostolic preferences of the Society, 2019-2029

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Jesuits discern preferences for years ahead

January 16, 2019

An 'Extended Council' met in Rome recently to set the universal apostolic preferences for the Society for the coming decade

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Discernment in Drongen

January 8, 2019

Jesuits and colleagues from North-West Europe came together for a meeting on communal discernment in Drongen, Belgium, on 3-5 January 2019

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WMOF: Young people discern

August 29, 2018

Young people from all over Europe prepared for the World Meeting of Families with a special retreat in Manresa, Dublin

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Unleashing the Spirit of communal discernment

August 7, 2018

Fr Michael Smith SJ, International Education Officer for JRS, speaks with Pat Coyle about the dynamic process of communal discernment in its historical and contemporary context

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Ignatian discernment for mental illness

March 1, 2017

GAVIN T. MURPHY :: Ignatian discernment has guided me through my journey with Bipolar Disorder and I am deeply grateful.

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