Walking with Ignatius – Episode 9

2 May 2022Announcement

Video series from Fr General

Watch the video below to join Fr General as he reflects on the Society, the Church and World.

In the ninth chapter of his book, Father Sosa addresses one of the most topical issues in the world, that of caring for our Common Home. The Society of Jesus is committed to collaborating actively with others in addressing the environmental emergency. This is the 4th Universal Apostolic Preference. It is also a response to the calls of Pope Francis in Laudato Si’.

Fr General will publish a video each month during the Ignatian Year as a companion to his book Walking with Ignatius. You are invited to walk the journey of the Ignatian year with him.

 

 

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