The 20th century saw the expansion of Ignatian spirituality to a wider audience, including many laypeople. Twentieth-century voices include Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, SJ, Karl Rahner, SJ, and Bernard Lonergan, SJ.
Biographies of 20th-Century Ignatian Voices
Pedro Arrupe, SJDaniel Berrigan, SJAlfred Delp, SJAnthony de Mello, SJCardinal Avery Dulles, SJIgnacio Ellacuría, SJSt. Alberto Hurtado, SJPeter-Hans Kolvenbach, SJJohn LaFarge, SJBernard Lonergan, SJJohn Courtney Murray, SJBlessed Miguel Pro, SJKarl Rahner, SJPierre Teilhard de Chardin, SJ
Walter Ciszek, SJ: Control the Controllables—by Focusing Your Energy Where It CountsBy Chris Lowney
Chris Lowney brings a personal perspective to his informal portrait of Fr. Ciszek, the priest who never gave up his faith despite being sent to Russian work camps for 20 years.
Works by 20th-Century Ignatian Voices
Why Become or Remain a Jesuit?By Karl Rahner, SJ
Works by John Courtney Murray, SJA comprehensive list of Murray’s works, many of them downloadable.
We Hold These Truths: Catholic Reflections on the American PropositionBy John Courtney Murray, SJ
Online version of a classic collection of essays published in 1960, with a preface by Walter J. Burghardt, SJ.
The Issue of Church and State at Vatican Council IIBy John Courtney Murray, SJ
An article published in Theological Studies in 1966, with editorial notes.