Joseph Schner, SJ

Joseph Schner, SJ, is a professor of Psychology and Religion at the Toronto School of Theology.


15 posts

    A personal relationship with Jesus they see as the most important and effective means to help spiritual growth and maturity.  ...

    "Novels based on the tension between science and religion must be numerous!  Over the past few months I have read three that trace the evolution of this theme from the past to the present century"...

    "When Downton Abbey’s final season was coming to a close, the editor of IgNation remarked to me: “What will we do after Downton is finished?”.  I remember answering optimistically that something would turn up!"...

    For one Jesuit, Canada Day 2017 was one for remembering past in the present, and thanking God for many blessings. This is a bit of a stream of consciousness....

    In the midst of the colleges that make up the University of Toronto is Queen's Park - a space to experience the beauty of God's creation in every season....

    With the coming of the New Year PBS has begun screening the fifth season of Downton Abbey. The plot of this ongoing saga revolves around the family of Lord Granton and the domestic household's attempt to cope with the changes of the 20th Century both on a social and personal level. Over the past four years the program has gained a large audience in Britain, Canada and the United States. What is the reason for the success of this weekly television program that follows the day-to-day fortunes of these diverse characters?...

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