Tag Archives: Discernment

Ignatian Conversation: Discernment at ADDU

[Materials for Ignatian Conversations, ADDU, Finster Auditoriam, July 20, 2015] Appropriating Discernment in the Implementation of the Vision and Mission of the ADDU. From the Vision and Mission Statement of the ADDU, it is clear that the ADDU is Jesuit, … Continue reading

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Jesuit Roadmap to Mindanao: First, Prayer and Discernment

The Jesuits in the Philippines have decided in principle to shift the center of gravity of their apostolic works from Manila to Mindanao. When Pope Francis was here he asked the Philippine Jesuits to go to the poor, go to … Continue reading

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Life to the Full

[Homily: HS Chapel. 4.22.13. Based on: John 10: 1-10] These days we have been considering various texts in our Gospel where Jesus is presented as the Good Shepherd. I think these texts climax in today’s Gospel reading. It has several … Continue reading

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Shock and Awe vs. the Gentle Breeze

[Homily: 1 Kings 19:9a. 11-13a; Mt. 14: 22-23] Our readings today tell us how God makes himself present in our lives. They invite us to respond to this God. And to reflect on the manner in which we respond to … Continue reading

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