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    David Fleming, RIP

    David Fleming, SJ, a prolific writer and esteemed spiritual director, died on Tuesday in St. Louis.  He was a great popular interpreter of Ignatian...

    Augustus Tolton

    The Archdiocese of Chicago is opening the legal process for the canonization of Father Augustus Tolton, a late 19th century priest, and the first...

    Live Chat with a Vatican Astronomer

    Brother Guy Consolmango, SJ, an astronomer at the Vatican Observatory, will give an online talk and chat today at 2 p.m. Eastern Time.  Just...

    Women of Goodness

    Gary Smith, SJ, on Sudanese refugee mothers: "I have known and wept with and consoled the Sudanese refugee woman, particularly as she is a mother....

    Imitatio sancti

    A misspent youth, getting caught up in riches and all sorts of vanity.  A soldier, seeking the honors that the world tells him are...

    Welcome Meredith Gould

    Today a new blogger joins the dotMagis squad.  She is Meredith Gould, a sociologist and author with a passion for blogging, social media, and,...

    Coach Wooden and Cura Personalis

    A prof  at Loyola Marymount, a Muslim, eulogizes Coach John Wooden of UCLA as an exemplar of Ignatian values.  (H/T to Jim Campbell.) A teacher...

    Ricci Day

    Today marks the 400th anniversary of the death of the Jesuit Matteo Ricci, who was the first Westerner in the court of Imperial China. ...

    Can a Neurotic Person Be a Saint?

    From an interview with Fr. Jim Martin, SJ, on ABC Radio in Australia.  (Transcript and podcast available here.)Rachael Kohn: Well saints' lives are examined...

    The Spiritual Exercises and Wall Street

    Chris Lowney is a former Jesuit, former J.P. Morgan investment banker, and currently full-time speaker and author.  He recently gave a talk at Fordham...

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