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    Links for the Weekend

    Two Jesuit astronomers talk about "Asteroids, Stars, and the Love of God" on NPR. Richard Blake, SJ, on his vocation.  (“I knew I wanted to...
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    Arrupe Documentary

    A documentary on the life and legacy of Pedro Arrupe, SJ, is available for viewing on YouTube.  The film was produced by Georgetown University...

    Beautiful Purpose

    As I gain some distance from my immersion in watching the Winter Olympics, I've been distilling in my mind the lasting impressions.  I've always...

    An Akpan Story

    Last week the New Yorker published a short story by Uwem Akpan, SJ, a Nigerian Jesuit who made the news last September when Oprah...

    Peter Canisius

    December 21 is the feast of another great Jesuit saint, Peter Canisius. Let this post represent a shout-out to Buffalo's Canisius College and...

    Weekend Readings

    Nathan O'Halloran, SJ on Ignatius at the movies. A new online Jesuit magazine, New Jesuit Review. Robert Lauder tackles life's big question. Michelle Francl-Donnay on rough prayer. Michael...

    Welcome Maureen Waldron

    I have been doing all the blogging at dotMagis since the site launched last April.  To further our goal of making dotMagis an Ignatian...

    Mary Karr’s Conversion

    The poet Mary Karr has just published a new book, Lit, in which she talks about her conversion to Catholicism as well her struggle...
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    Congressman Cao's Discernment

    Anh "Joseph" Cao got a lot of attention last December when he became the first Vietnamese-American to be elected to Congress. He was in...

    The Conversion of David Neuhaus

    David Neuhaus, SJ, is an unusual man.  He was born into a Jewish family in South Africa, which emigrated to Israel when he was...

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