"What do we do with the takeoffs and landings of stress in our lives? Colten Biro, SJ, looks back at a recent flight and the example of children." Reposted with permission from The Jesuit Post (thejesuitpost.com)...

"The April 2nd letter describes his last Easter at the Mount with references to chocolate, the Easter Vigil new fire and the death of two Jesuits of the community. Despite the vast amount of time given to the play, Shakespeare’s Henry IV part I, there is only one brief paragraph about it. The letter to Mathew refers to Graduation day approaching in May. The May 9th letter bubbles a little with anticipation of regency at St. Paul’s High School in Winnipeg."...

During the Canada 150 year, igNation posted over 40 articles on what the year meant to many. As the year comes to a close, it is fitting to post a final Canada 150 article - the theme is gratitude....

"the philosopher is beginning to tire of ‘studies’. But there is excitement for the completion of the new swimming pool and the joy of the visit of Father Farrell, someone from home. His 24th birthday slips by and Easter, and he is beginning to look forward to graduation, and to the priesthood with minor orders impending!"...

?Recently some citizens in both Canada and the USA have protested about the values attached to the public statues of certain historical heroes. Do such statues represent a form of idolatry?"...

"The January 2nd letter begins relating the busy Christmas singing schedule bringing joy to many in city community! It also describes his last Christmas at the Mount. ‘Fun’ seems the operative word to describe it. Curiously, the January 26th letter concludes with reflections on ‘eating’ and a request for a recipe for making cheese perogies."...

Paul Baker, SJ, wrote a post about Jimmy Morash - one of the survivors of the Halifax explosion.. igNation reposts Paul’s article today on the 100th anniversary of the Halifax tragedy....

Throughout November, Canadian Jesuits International (CJI) has been raising awareness and funds for livelihood support through its Giving Tuesday campaign calleTell Ten. Today igNation posts the fifth and last in a series of blogs about what livelihood support means to CJI and to people in the Global South....

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