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Saint Ignatius Asks, "Are You Sure You Know Who I am?"

Seminar on Jesuit Spirituality


Saint Ignatius asks, "Are you sure you know who I am?" Saint Ignatius Asks, "Are You Sure You Know Who I Am?" Joseph Veale, S.J. X3701 .S88* ONL PER tudies in the spirituality of Jesuits.. [St. Loui >sue: v.33:no.4(2001:Sept.) jrivalDate: 10/12/2001 Boston College Libraries 33/4 • SEPTEMBER 2001 THE SEMINAR ON JESUIT SPIRITUALITY The Seminar is composed of a number of Jesuits appointed from their provinces in the United States. It concerns itself with topics pertaining to the spiritual doctrine and prac- tice of Jesuits, especially United States Jesuits, and communicates the results to the members of the provinces through its publication, STUDIES IN THE SPIRITUALITY OF JESUITS. This is done in the spirit of Vatican II's recommendation that religious institutes recapture the original inspiration of their founders and adapt it to the circumstances of modern times. The Seminar welcomes reactions or comments in regard to the material that it publishes. The Seminar focuses its direct attention on the life and work of the Jesuits of the United States. The issues treated may be common also to Jesuits of other regions, to other priests, religious, and laity, to both men and women. Hence, the journal, while meant especially for American Jesuits, is not exclusively for them. Others who may find it helpful are cordially welcome to make use of it. CURRENT MEMBERS OF THE SEMINAR William A. Barry, S.J., directs the tertianship program and is a writer at Cam- pion Renewal Center, Weston, MA (1999). Robert L. Bireley, S.J., teaches history at Loyola University, Chicago, IL (2001) James F. Keenan, S.J., teaches moral theology at Weston Jesuit School of Theol- ogy, Cambridge, MA (2000). Lawrance J. Madden, S.J., directs the Georgetown Center for Liturgy, Spiritual- ity, and the Arts, Washington, DC (2001) Douglas W. Marcouiller, S.J., teaches economics at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA (2000). G. Ronald Murphy, S.J., teaches German language and literature at Georgetown

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