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A Pentecost Prayer to gather all Ignatian Family.
To bring together the Ignatian Family from around the world, MAGIS 2023 Team invites all SJ communities, groups, families, friends to the World Pentecost Prayer. With worldwide participation, let's unite our minds and hearts on this day of the Holy Spirit.
Bring your candle and join in at the appointed time.
10 min reflection to celebrate Easter.
Sundays from April 17 to May 29.
This episode of the Pascal Reflections is guided by Fr. Miguel Almeida, SJ, Provincial of the Jesuits in Portugal.
Besides launching the motto for the next reflections, Fr. Almeida recalls the episode of the disciples of Emmaus, giving us the challenge of thinking about how do our hearts burn for the construction of a hope-filled future.
This episode of the Paschal Reflections is guided by Sch. Frankly Jayanth, SJ, a Jesuit from India.
Reflecting on Faith and Spirituality, Jayanth shows us a different perspective on St. Thomas' unbelief and invites us to make our lives oriented towards the Risen Lord.
Br. Davidson Braga, SJ, from Brazil guides us to see Jesus' love through service and reflects with us from his own experience with youth. Youth and young adults are Br. Davidson's way to thinking a hope-filled future.
Br. Ngoni Edwards, SJ, from Malawi, talks to us about ecology and environment and encourage us to change attitude and be more responsible. Br. Ngoni makes reference to Pope Francis' call about nature and our common home.
This episode is guided by Sr. Gui Vaz Pinto, ACI. She works in Fonte da Prata neighbourhood and tells us her experience in recognising God’s beauty there. Sr. Vaz Pinto also guides us through Arts and Culture and how can that lead us to the Lord.
Sr. Catherine, from USA, talks to us about the Holy Spirit that Jesus will send to his disciples. Working with RCIA catechumens and migrants, Sr. Catherine as the opportunity to help them to prepare and discerne their journey towards God. We are invited to reflect on our journeys and trust more deeply in the Lord.
Jesus’ Ascension is the motto for Fr. James Martin, SJ, reflection. The Ascension is “among other things, a recognition of the importance of our bodies”. On this note, Fr. Martin also speaks about his ministry with LGBTQ people and the relevancy of accompanying young people on their path to God.