Spiritual Discernment

Mark Rotsaert SJ is a Flemish Jesuit. He has been novice master for the North Belgium and Dutch Provinces, twice provincial of the North Belgium Province, President of the Conference of European Jesuit Provincials, superior of the Jesuit community at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, and is currently senior research fellow at Campion Hall, Oxford. He has translated the Spiritual Exercises, the Spiritual Diary, and about forty letters of Ignatius into Dutch, and collaborated in a Dutch edition of the Autobiography.

Spirituality as the art of real presence

John O'Donohue was the author of a book on Hegel's philosophical theology, ‘Person als Vermittlung, Die Dialektik von Individualitiit in Hegels Phiinomenologie des Geistes. Eine philosophisch-theologische Interpretation’ (Mainz, 1993), a collection of poetry, ‘Echoes of memory’ (Poolbeg Press, l994/l997) and ‘Anam Cara: spiritual wisdom from the Celtic world’ (Bantam 1997). He died in 2008.

St Ignatius of Loyola and severe depression

Joseph A. Munitiz SJ was a Jesuit priest, academic and translator. He was a former Master of Campion Hall, Oxford, editor of The Way and the Heythrop Journal and co-edited (with Philip Endean SJ) Ignatius of Loyola: Personal Writings, published by Penguin.

Looking at God looking at you

Robert R. Marsh SJ studied chemistry in Oxford for several years before entering the Society of Jesus in 1986. After studies in London and Berkeley, he is now on the staff of Loyola Hall Jesuit Spirituality Centre, near Liverpool, UK.

A Spirituality of Encounter

Thomas Kelly is professor of theology at Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska, USA.

The Contemplative Phase of the Ignatian Exercises

Franz Jalics SJ was born in Budapest, and joined the Society of Jesus in 1949. He taught theology in Argentina for many years; in 1976, he was kidnapped by right-wing extremists and kept in chains for five months. Since 1978 he has lived and worked in Germany, directing a retreat house and publishing five books.

Moral Education

Gerard J. Hughes SJ was a Jesuit priest and tutor in philosophy at Campion Hall, Oxford. He is the author of ‘Aristotle on Ethics, Is God to Blame?’ and ‘Fidelity without Fundamentalism’.

The Ignatian Spirituality of The Way

Philip Endean SJ was Editor of The Way and Tutor in Theology at Campion Hall, Oxford. Until 2001, he taught at Heythrop College, University of London.

Ecological conversion and socio-economic discernment

Séverine Deneulin is director of international development at the Laudato Si’ Research Institute, Campion Hall, University of Oxford, and associate fellow in international development at the Oxford Department of International Development. Her research is in the area of ethics and public policy. She is also visiting associate professor at the University of Bath in the professional doctoral programme in policy research and practice.

Resonances of the known in the unknown

Michael Barnes SJ is professor of interreligious relations at the University of Roehampton and research associate at the School of Advanced Study, University of London. He has written extensively on interreligious themes.

What to expect

The Way is a journal dedicated to exploring: 

- The role of spirituality in the struggle for justice

- The spiritual issues raised by intercultural and interreligious dialogue

- The interactions between spirituality, politics and culture

- The fostering and development of the Ignatian spiritual tradition

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