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The Examination of Consciousness in the Ignatian Tradition

March 27, 2018
12 PM
St. Mary's Conference Room 128

“Test yourselves to see whether you are living in faith.” (2 Cor 13:5)

Fr. Scott Brodeur SJ, professor ordinarius of Theology at the Gregorian University, will analyze the biblical and Ignatian roots of the five-step method of self-examination as it appears in the First Week of the Exercises (cf. Sp. Ex. par. 43). Providing recent bibliography and some helpful online resources, Fr. Brodeur will offer fresh and inspirational insights into this stimulating prayer to help us transform a quarter-of-an-hour into one of the most significant life-giving moments in our busy lives.

Register online here.

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Myths, Misquotes and Misconceptions

February 20, 2018
4 PM
McElroy 237

For the last five centuries, St. Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Jesuit order, has been credited with saying things that he never said, doing things that he never did, teaching things that he never taught. Sometimes the errors are harmless, even amusing. On occasion, however, they misrepresent the saint's spirituality in ways that can be detrimental to those who seek to emulate him. Fr. Barton Geger, SJ, of the Institute of Advanced Jesuit Studies and the School of Theology and Ministry, will name these errors and offer some broader reflections on the reasons why they seem to be especially prevalent today.

Register online here.

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Portraits of St. Ignatius and Martin Luther

The 95 Theses at 500: Luther and Ignatius in Dialogue

Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Noon - 1:30 PM
McGuinn 521

On October 31, 1517, the day before the Feast of All Saints, the 33-year-old Martin Luther posted 95 theses on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg. The same year, the 26-year-old Ignatius of Loyola moved from Arevalo to Najera to serve under the Duke Antonio Manrique, Viceroy of Navarre. Both figures, despite their disparate views about the Church and the papacy, generated a spiritual legacy that reshaped the face of Europe and the World. Luther, with the posting of the theses set in motion what will be known as the Protestant Reformation. Ignatius, injured in his leg by a cannonball defending Pamplona for the Duke, started a conversion process that will end up with the foundation of the Society of Jesus.

Please join us to explore the spirituality of this two major Christian figures with André Brouillette, S.J. Assistant Professor of Systematic and Spiritual Theology at the STM; Bart Geger S.J., General Editor of Studies in the Spirituality of Jesuits, Assistant Professor of the Practice at the STM, and Research Scholar at the Institute of Advance Jesuit Studies; and Burt Howell, Executive Director of Intersections at the Division of Mission and Ministry.

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Photo of Jack Butler, SJ and Joe Appleyard, SJ

Jesuit Tips for Having Crucial Conversations

October 19, 2017
Noon - 1:30 PM
The Heights Room, Corcoran Commons

“Race, religion, orientation, disability, gender identity, and marital status are just some of the matters that need our attention and conversations”. —Thomas Curran, S.J.

Engaging in such crucial conversations is difficult. The article “Difficult Conversations...One Bite at a Time”, Fr. Curran discusses how St. Ignatius provided five principles to do so. They are, be slow to speak, listen attentively, seek the truth in what others are saying, correct misstatements humbly and gently and, allow the conversation the time it needs.

The Center for Ignatian Spirituality and the Office for Institutional Diversity invite you to join us as Fr. Jack Butler, SJ, and Fr. Joe Appleyard, SJ lead the conversation and help participants understand how to put these principles into practice.

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Pilgrimage Reflection

Thursday, September 28

Join us for a noontime discussion with four participants from our Journey into Adulthood seminar. The panelists will discuss their reflections on visiting Ignatius’ historical sites, deepening their understanding of Ignatian spirituality, its impact on their lives, and the connections with Boston College’s mission. This is part of a year-long seminar making connections with the roots of Ignatian spirituality to one’s personal journey culminating in a visit this summer to Spain and Rome, Italy.

Panelists: George Arey (Res Life), Susan Matson (English), Akua Sarr (Provost) and Mike Cassidy (Law).

This event is co-sponsored by CIS and the Office of Institutional Diversity

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Heart that says "The Heart of Ignatian Prayer"

The Heart of Ignatian Prayer

Parish of St. Ignatius of Loyola

Explore and experience the ways of Ignatian Prayer. These sessions are held Sunday afternoons from 3:30 - 5 PM, and presented by a Jesuit and lay team. All are welcome.
 

Part I: Explore

October 1             Entering the Heart of Prayer
October 15           Exploring the Ignatian Examen
October 29           Praying Your Graced History
November 12        Praying With Your Imagination
December 3          Encountering the Heart of Ignatian Prayer

Part II: Experience

February 4            Companionship in Prayer
February 5 - 11     Ignatian Retreat in Daily Life

 

To register, please contact Katherine Maher, Spiritual Life Coordinator: katherine.maher@bc.edu or 617-552-6112

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Last Lecture

Wednesday, April 19, 5:30 - 6:30 PM
McGuinn Hall 121

If granted the possibility to give a last lecture, what would you say? What wisdom would you impart to the world if you knew this was your last chance? What would you want as your legacy, if you had to vanish tomorrow? This lecture series tries to tackle these questions from different perspectives inviting faculty who, in different moments of their career, dare to reflect about their lives.

This year, Mark F. O’Connor will present "What Country, Friends, Is This?" an autobiographical reflection which, by exploring pieces of T.S. Eliot’s poem Little Gidding, will introduce us to different instances of his life at Boston College and elsewhere.

"We shall not cease from exploration
And the end of all our exploring 
Will be to arrive where we started 
And know the place for the first time."
(Little Gidding)

Watch Professor O'Connor's lecture here.

Last lecture is a series sponsored by CIS and the Alpha Sigma Nu Honors Society.


 

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Silence, A Film by Martin Scorsese

A film screening and panel discussion will be held Friday, March 24, in Higgins Hall Room 300. 

Film Screening: 3 - 5:45 PM

Martin Scorsese’s epic movie, "Silence," follows two seventeenth-century Jesuit missionaries as they travel from Portugal to Japan in search of their missing mentor, who is believed to have rejected Christ under torture. Based on Shūsaku Endō’s 1966 award-winning novel, Scorsese’s film delves deeply into the nature of culture, faith, and mercy. 

Panel Discussion: 6 - 7:30 PM

Following a short break (with refreshments), a panel of international scholars will discuss the film and its central themes. The panel will include Robert Maryks, Fr. Richard Blake, S.J., and Hitomi Omata Rappo, a scholar of Jesuit missionaries in Japan. 

Co-sponsored with the Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life, The Institute for the Liberal Arts, and The Church in the 21st Century.


 

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Behind the Scenes of GC 36

Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Devlin 101

The General Congregation is over. Would you like to know more about it?

Please join us for a panel discussion that includes two moderators who will ask probing questions of the three delegates who will offer their insights about the new General, provide overview of the decrees, discuss future mission goals, as well as share their personal experiences during and after the General Congregation.

PANEL
Joseph Constatino, SJ: Pastor, Saint Ignatius Church
James Gartland, SJ: Rector, Saint Peter Faber Jesuit Community
Thomas Stegman, SJ: Dean, School of Theology and Ministry

MODERATORS
Margery Eagan: Talk radio host of Boston Public Radio WGBH
Peter Folan, SJ: Doctoral Student in the School of Theology and Ministry

Watch the greeting from Fr. Arturo Sosa, SJ, Superior General of the Society of Jesus

Watch the Panel Discussion


 

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19th Annotation of the Spiritual Exercises

The Parish of St. Ignatius of Loyola offered the 19th Annotation of the Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius of Loyola.

From September 18, 2016 to May 7, 2017:

  • Commitment to daily prayer
  • Meeting weekly: twice a month with a spiritual guide, and on the intermittent weeks coming together for group prayer and discussion on Sunday afternoon from 3:30 to 5 PM
  • There is no participation fee for this retreat

The 19th Annotation of the Exercises, so labeled by Ignatius, is a retreat in daily life that consists of an eight-month program of prayer following a pattern of meditation, contemplation, and scripture reading. Through this experience, retreatants come to a greater awareness of God’s presence in their lives.

Please contact Katherine Maher, Spiritual Life Coordinator, for further information.


 

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Making of the Movie Ignacio de Loyola

Tuesday, September 27, 2016
McGuinn Hall 121


Join us for a panel discussion about the movie, Igancio de Loyola. Brian Braman, Perspectives professor, and Karen Kiefer, Associate Director of The Church in the 21st Century, will host the discussion with director Paolo Dy, actor Andreas Muñoz, and producer Fr. Rene Javellana, SJ.

Ignagio de Loyola is a 2016 full-length independent feature film about St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus. It is an incisive and thrilling look at the life of the man behind the legend, following his transformation from a brash, impulsive youth obsessed with women and sword-fighting; to the masterful, charismatic leader of an order that would change the face of Christendom forever.

For those interested, a screening of the film will follow the panel discussion.
 

Sponsored by the Center for Ignatian Spirituality, The Church in the 21st Century Center, and Campus Ministry.


 

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Reflecting on Easter

Fifty days between Easter and Pentecost are a time in the Christian tradition of rejoicing and reflecting on the Pascal Mystery and, especially, on the meaning of Christ's resurrection. Colleagues in the Boston College community joined together to celebrate this holy season.

Directed by Fr. Joseph O'Keefe, S.J. and other members from the BC community.

When: March 30, April 6, 13, and 20, 2016

Time: Noon - 1:00 PM (lunch at 11:30 AM)

Where: 36 College Road, Basement Level


 

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Prayer and Imagination: The Visual Arts

A presentation by Judith LoGerfo: Spiritual Director, Retreat Leader, Gallery Instructor at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

The collection of this ideologically charged masterpiece of Arts and Crafts achievement, consecrated in 1916, has never before traveled beyond Cork. 

Colleagues joined together in a mini pilgrimage to discover the holy in the Visual Arts. The evening began in St. Mary's Hall and continued with a walk to the McMullen Museum of Art. We pondered how God captures our imagination though various objects of art. 

When: April 6, 2016

Time: 6:30 - 8:30 PM

Where: St. Mary's Hall Conference Room (room 128), followed by a tour of the McMullen Museum Exhibit.


 

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Prayer and Imagination: Implications for Christian Educators

A presentation by Patrick Manning: Philosophy Adjunct Faculty 

Generations of Christians have become better able to find God within themselves and in the world around them thanks to their experiences with Ignatian prayer. This presentation explored how Christian educators can draw upon the power of Ignatian imagination in their teaching to facilitate integration in their students’ lives as well as a deeper encounter with God.

When:  April 5, 2016

Time: 5 - 6:30 PM

Where:  McGuinn Hall 334


 

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Preparing for Easter

Lent is a time when we prepare to celebrate the central mystery of Christianity, the death and resurrection of the Lord. Preparing for Easter was an opportunity to take a break from the middle of a busy day for prayer, silence and reflection.

Directed by Fr. Joseph O'Keefe, S.J. and other members from the BC community.

When: February 17, 24, March 2, 16 and 23, 2016
Time: Noon - 1:00 PM (lunch at 11:30 AM)
Where: 36 College Road, Basement Level


 

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Listening to Pope Francis this Lent

Hosted by The Espousal Retreat Center

In less than three years, our new Pope has already said and done so much that spending some time reflecting on what he has said could prove to be a very productive activity this Lent. For this reason, the Espousal of Mary and Joseph Retreat Center in Waltham asked a number of faculty members from Boston College to present their understanding of several of the Pope’s key messages. The program was offered on three Wednesday evenings in March.

  • March 2: Pope Francis’s message of mercy, Father James Keenan, SJ
  • March 9: Pope Francis’s encyclical on the environment, Laudato Si, Daniel DiLeo, BC doctoral student in theology
  • March 16: The Ignatian spirituality that fuels Pope Francis. Father Joseph O’Keefe, SJ

In addition to the talks, each evening provided time for prayer and sharing to help those in need to experience God’s personal love poured out as Divine Mercy. We hope that these talks provided an opportunity for people to come together informally and possibly to start planning future retreats, environmental action, or Ignatian spirituality groups in keeping with the Pope’s Gospel message of mercy.


 

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Foundations of Ignatian Prayer

Parish of St. Ignatius of Loyola

Explore and experience the prayer forms that are used in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola. Our Winter Sessions continue on Sunday afternoons from 3:30 - 5 PM in the Choir/Media Room on the following dates:
 

February 7th - Praying the Examen
Presented by Martha Sullivan

February 21st - Praying with Imagination
Presented by Jason Brauninger, SJ

March 6th - The Lived Experience: Spiritual Direction and the Spiritual Exercises
Presented by Kathy Maher

For more information, please contact:
Katherine Maher, Spiritual Life Coordinator
katherine.maher@bc.edu, 617-552-6100 


 

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Prayer and Imagination: Praying in Times of Transition

A presentation by Marina McCoy, Philosophy professor

How does the use of the imagination function as part of our human capacities? How can we allow God to use our imaginations in times of change, loss, or transition? Imagery both Biblical and from our own experiences can help us to grow in times of change.

When: January 28, 2016
Time: 7 – 8:30 PM
Where: Boston Room, Corcoran Commons

Sponsored by the Center for Ignatian Spirituality and the Jesuit Collaborative


 

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Advent Meditation

The Jesuit Collaborative offered an Advent Meditation on Thursday, December 17 at 6:30 pm in St. Ignatius Church.  Fr. George, Witt, SJ, provided a meditation on "The Tender Mercy of God".  A reception followed.  
 

When:  Thursday, December 17

Time: 6:30 PM

Where:  St. Ignatius Church


 

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Advent Prayer

Advent is a season of waiting and longing for the coming of the One who is our salvation. The rich beauty of these holy days can be obscured by the busy-ness of the end of the semester and holiday preparations. Advent Prayer is the opportunity for personal reflection, silence and prayer.

Directed by Fr. Joseph O'Keefe, S.J. and other members from the BC community.

When: December 2, 9 and 16, 2015

Time: Noon - 1:00 PM (lunch at 11:30 AM)

Where: 36 College Road, Basement Level


 
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Prayer and Imagination: MUSIC

A presentation by musician Paul Melley

December 9, 2015
7 - 8:30 PM
St. Ignatius Church, Upper Church

"Music…can unveil a dimension of meaning and feeling, a communication of ideas and intuitions which words alone cannot yield” (Music in Catholic Worship). 

What we do with our voices and in music creates a setting for prayer and worship. We express meaning more deeply in song. St. Ignatius invites us to encounter God with our imagination. Music, the song we create to praise God, amplifies our prayer and shapes the imaginative space where we share in God’s love for us.

Sponsored by the Center for Ignatian Spirituality and the Jesuit Collaborative


 

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Children of Faith

The Center for Ignatian Spirituality, in partnership with the Women’s Center, offered a reflection series for Boston College staff and faculty interested in learning about what it means to raise a child in a faith tradition. This series featured guest speakers who discussed ways in which they were intentional about weaving faith into their parenting and share their successes and challenges.

When:  September 15, October 6, November 3, and December 1

Time: Noon - 1 PM

Where:  St. Mary’s Conference Room 128

Sponsored by the Center for Ignatian Spirituality and the Women's Center


 

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Prayer and Imagination: POETRY

A presentation by Professor Paul Mariani

November 10, 2015
7:30 – 9 PM
Stokes S195

"Let poetry bear witness to the truth of our lives, which, amid the Heraclitean flux of our contingent existences, are both capable of pointing to a resounding and final affirmation of God's abiding love.”


 

Man waiting at a train station

Spiritual Exercises in Daily Life


The Center for Ignatian Spirituality at Boston College offered the Spiritual Exercises in Daily Life (19th Annotation) during the past academic year. The Center partnered with The Jesuit Collaborative.

Retreatants made a commitment to daily prayer, met with a spiritual director every other week, and met with a small community for faith sharing every other Wednesday. Meetings took place on the Boston College Campus.

 


 

People singing in the Greater Glory of God video

For the Greater Glory of God Premier

For the Greater Glory of God  is a theatrical piece, created by Fr. Bob VerEecke, that combines music, dance, scripture and text of the Spiritual Exercises in a way that invites the audience to experience the dynamics of the 4 weeks of the Exercises. The premier of the video version of For the Greater Glory of God took place in Robsham Theater.

When: Thursday, September 10, 2015
Time: 7 PM
Where: Robsham Theater (Boston College's Lower Campus)


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Themes from the Exercises 

These sessions will provide a basic introduction to the main topics of the Ignatian Tradition as a perfect starting point for those who want to do the Exercises, and a good follow up for those who already experienced them.

When: 2014-2015

Learn more about the Themes from the Exercises here.


 

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What is Spiritual Direction? What does it look like?

This evening, we will look at spiritual direction as a conversation where a person shares what is happening in his or her prayer and everyday life. We will see how a spiritual director helps one to notice the activity of God in that person's experiences.

When: Thursday, May 7, 2015

Where: St. Mary's Conference Room (Main Campus)

Sponsored by the Center for Ignatian Spirituality and the Jesuit Collaborative


 

White Easter lily

Reflecting on Easter

In the Christian tradition, the fifty days between Easter and Pentecost are a time of rejoicing and reflection on the Paschal Mystery and, especially, on the meaning of Christ's resurrection. Join with colleagues in the Boston College community to celebrate this holy season.

When:         April 9, 16, 23, 30, 2015
Where:        36 College Road, Garden Level
Time:           Noon - 1 PM, lunch available at 11:30 AM

 


 

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Preparing for Easter: 
An Opportunity to Pause and Pray


Lent is a time when we prepare to celebrate the central mystery of Christianity, the death and resurrection of the Lord.  Preparing for Easter is an opportunity to pause in the middle of a busy day for prayer, silence, and reflection.

Directed by Fr. Joseph O'Keefe, S.J. and other members of the Boston College community.

When: February 19, 26 and March 12, 19, 26, 2015
Where: 36 College Road, Garden Level
Time: Noon - 1 PM with lunch available from 11:30 AM

 


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Lenten Retreat in Everyday Life


During the season of Lent, the Center for Ignatian Spirituality offered the Retreat in Everday Life,  a seven-week prayer experience that was an opportunity to pause, reflect, listen and respond to the voice of God as God speaks to one's heart.   Based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola, the Retreat was Christian in focus and open to people of all religious traditions. All Boston College faculty, staff and administrators were welcome to participate.

During the Retreat, each participant committed to spending time each day in prayer and to a weekly meeting on campus with a spiritual guide (at a mutually convenient time).


 

Fr. Juan Jose Exteberria, SJ

Fr. Juan Jose Exteberria SJ:
Ignatian Identity

The Center for Ignatian Spirituality (CIS) is hosting three presentations for faculty on the basic elements of Ignatian identity.

Juan Jose Etxeberria S.J. studied theology and canon law at Centre Sevres in Paris and the Gregorian University in Rome.  He is a professor at the University of Deusto in Spain, where he held the positions of Dean of the School of Law and Vice President of Identity and Mission. From 2008 to 2014 he was Provincial of the Loyola Province of the Society of Jesus.  This year he is on sabbatical at the Boston College School of Ministry and Theology.

When:  Tuesday, February 3, 2015
             Spirituality 

   Thursday, February 26, 2015
   Freedom

   Wednesday, March 25, 2015
   Contemplation in Action

Where: CIS Conference Room (36 College Road, ground level)


 

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Advent Day of Prayer:
"God Beholding the World"


The Advent Day of Prayer was open to all those interested in a half day of silent prayer, faith sharing and reflection.

The Center for Ignatian Spirituality and the Jesuit Collaborative sponsored this retreat on Sunday, December 14, 2014.

The retreat took place at the McDavitt Center from 10 AM to 2:30 PM. 

Mass was offered at the close of the day.


 

 

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Advent Prayer: Pause and Pray

Advent is a season of waiting and longing for the coming of the One who is our salvation.  The rich beauty of these holy days can be obscured by the busy-ness of the end of semester and holiday preparations. Advent Prayer was an opportunity for reflection, silence and prayer.

Directed by Fr. Joseph O'Keefe, S.J. and other members of the Boston College community.

When:         December 4, 11, 18, 2014
Where:        36 College Road, Garden Level
Time:           Noon - 1 PM, lunch available at 11:30 AM


 

Father Sachs


John R. Sachs, S.J.
Associate Professor of Systemic Theology at the School of Theology and Ministry at Boston College

Called to Greater Love:  
Ignatian Spirituality for Today

 

When:           Thursday, November 6, 2014
Time:             5:30 PM
Where:          Theology and Ministry Library Auditorium, Boston College's Brighton Campus

Co-sponsored by the Center for Ignatian Spirituality and the School of Theology and Ministry


Reverend Kevin F. O'Brien


Reverend Kevin F. O'Brien, S.J.
Vice President of Mission and Ministry at Georgetown University

Discernment, a Jesuit Guide to Making Decisions

The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola offer some very practical advice about how to make decisions about one's life. They are rooted in a certain understanding about who God is and how God relates to creation. If you have ever wondered what God wants you to do with your life, join us for a lively conversation about how Ignatian spirituality can help us discern our calling in life, as we seek to grow in faith, hope, and love. Reverend O'Brien is the author of The Ignatian Adventure: Experiencing the Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius in Daily Life.

When:           Thursday, September 25, 2014
Time:             5 PM - 6:30 PM
Where:          Devlin 008
Questions?   617-552-1777

Sponsored by the Center for Ignatian Spirituality


St. Paul

Reverend Scott Brodeur, S.J.
Professor at the Gregorian University at Rome

Saint Paul and the Spiritual Exercises

"Christ will be magnified in my body, whether by life or by death. For to me life is Christ and death is gain…I do not know which I will choose” (Phil 1:20b-21.22b). Writing from prison to his beloved Philippians, St. Paul paradoxically imparts to his addressees joy, freedom and consolation, all hallmarks of his spiritual indifference and unconditional love of Jesus Christ. St. Ignatius also highlights the essential role of spiritual freedom in the Christian life in the Principle and Foundation of his Spiritual Exercises: “Consequently, on our own part we ought not to seek health rather than sickness, wealth rather than poverty, honor rather than dishonor, a long life rather than a short life, and so on in all other matters” (SE §23).

What do these two extraordinary mystics have to say to us today about true spiritual indifference, authentic Christian freedom and human and divine love?

When:           Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Time:             4PM-5:30PM
Where:          Gasson Hall, 305
Questions?:   617-552-1777

Sponsored by the Center for Ignatian Spirituality


St. Paul

Reverend Scott Brodeur, S.J.
Professor at the Gregorian University at Rome

What St. Paul teaches us about Charisma

“There are different sorts of spiritual gifts (charisma), but the same Spirit” (1Cor 12:4). The Apostle Paul always desired to impart spiritual gifts to the many Christian communities (cf. Rom 1:11) he established and visited during his missionary journeys. The Greek term charisma (spiritual gifts) is found primarily in Romans and First Corinthians. In these important letters, Paul teaches that the charisma are in fact divine gifts bestowed by God for the edification and growth of the particular churches. What does this significant aspect of his teaching on the Holy Spirit, originally addressed to believers in the nascent communities of Rome and Corinth, have to say to us in today’s Church?

When:           Thursday, April 10, 2014
Time:             5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Where:          The Heights Room

Co-sponsored by the Center for Ignatian Spirituality, Roche Center for Catholic Education and the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry


 

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Enlivening the Mission: The Role of Charism in Catholic Education


When: Tuesday, April 29, 2013
Where: Fulton 511

Click on the "front row" image to watch the panel discussion.

Sponsored by the Center for Ignatian Spirituality


 


 

The Center for Ignatian Studies hosts several programs and events each year. Here are some of our campus partners: