Walking with Ignatius – Episode 10

1 June 2022Announcement

Video series from Fr General

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

Fr Arturo Sosa reflects on several current issues that Jesuit education helps young people and many adults to address; starting with the contents of the 10th chapter of the book he published on the occasion of the Ignatian Year. The significance of institutions in the growth of young people, the war against individualism, and popular schooling models, particularly Fe y Alegría, are a few of the topics explored.

Fr General publishes 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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