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The office will reopen fully later in the summer. Orders of 2020 and 2021 Ways, the new Messenger Publications books and those listed in the Coronavirus Update should be processed promptly. Others may still take a few days longer than usual. Shipping times remain variable.

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Patrick Goujon SJ, Counsels of the Holy Spirit: A Reading of St Ignatius's Letters, translated by Joseph A. Munitiz SJ

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Focusing on eight of St Ignatius’ letters, the author demonstrates how Ignatius deals with decision-making and with obstacles in the spiritual life. He is also revealed giving encouragement and correction and advising about how to offer these to others.

This volume is an excellent introduction to the letters of Ignatius of Loyola … making it an important scholarly contribution not only for those interested in Ignatian spirituality, but also for those interested in the history of spirituality more broadly.‘ Mark Rotsaert, ARSI

Anyone interested in Ignatian spirituality will read this book—it is challenging and transforming. Your life will be changed in reading this book. Catholic Profiles

Anyone with an interest in understanding more about Ignatian spirituality may find this scholarly exploration of St Ignatius’s letters helpful. The Irish News
Price: £12.95

ISBN 978 1 7881 2318 1


Brian O’Leary SJ, To Love and to Serve: Selected Essays Exploring the Ignatian Tradition

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Brian O’Leary is a well-known and much-respected writer on many aspects of Ignatian spirituality. Now, a selection of his essays has been gathered together in a single volume to present a comprehensive examination of many aspects of the Ignatian spiritual tradition.

To Love and to Serve is a selection of essays that have appeared in journals across a number of countries and over several years. The essays vary considerably in content, purpose, and style. Some are short and aimed at a popular readership, others are more academic or written with practitioners of Ignatian spirituality in mind. All are eminently readable with great clarity of style.

… a learned, popular and engaging volume … a renowned authority on St Ignatius and his charism … Tolle, lege! Take, read!’ Spirituality

… a masterly work, imbued with scholarly insights and personal inputs …’ Gregorianum

Price: £23.00

ISBN 978 1 7881 2264 1


Jos Moons SJ, The Art of Spiritual Direction: A Guide to Ignatian Practice

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This is a concrete, practical book about spiritual accompaniment, resembling a toolbox with a user’s manual. Using examples and case studies the author demonstrates how the tools he outlines may be put to good effect.

It will be of interest to both new and experienced spiritual directors and can be used in a wide variety of Christian contexts.

… an intensely practical and useful book…rooted in real and disciplined experience. I commend it not only to those who direct but to those who seek direction …’ Louvain Studies

… highly recommended…A book like this suggests a way ahead in the coming post-pandemic world.’ The Irish Catholic

Price: £18.95

ISBN 978 1 7881 2119 4

Jim Manney, Ignatian Spirituality A-Z

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With Ignatian Spirituality A to Z, Jim Manney has provided a brief, informative, and entertaining guide to key concepts of Ignatian spirituality and essential characters and events in Jesuit history.

From Pedro Arrupe to Francis Xavier, from Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam to Zeal, this book uncovers the rich language of the Jesuits. It will be an indispensable tool to anyone interested in Ignatian spirituality, to staff, faculty, and students at Jesuit institutions and schools, and to clergy and spiritual directors who advise others about prayer and spiritual matters.

Price: £11.95

ISBN 978 1 9102 4894 2

Brian O’Leary SJ, Radical and Free—Musings on the Religious Life

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This book is the result of two preached retreats given to mark the recent Year of Consecrated Life (2015). However, the origin of the material goes much further back, drawing on Fr O’ Leary’s teaching experience both at Manresa Centre of Spirituality and at Milltown Institute (covering a period of thirty years). In both places held taught courses on religious life—its history, theology, and most of all its underlying spirituality. Indeed, he has always used history and theology (and other disciplines such as psychology and anthropology) in service of exploring and renewing the spirituality of religious life.

After an initial chapter on the origins of religious life, the author devotes two chapters each to poverty, chastity, and obedience. This emphasis is not on the vows as such (dealing with questions that Canon Law might raise) but on the motivating values that the vows express. Only these values can explain why people enter and flourish in religious life. All religious, without distinction, are called to be ’radical and free‘.
Price: £9.99

ISBN 978 1 9102 4838 6


Arturo Sosa SJ in conversation with Darío Menor, Walking with Ignatius

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Walking with Ignatius is a celebration of 500 years of the Society of Jesus, as seen through the eyes of its first Latin American Father General, Arturo Sosa SJ. Comprised of interviews with Father General by journalist, Darío Menor, they engage in a spiritual conversation that covers such topics as the life of Ignatius, the life story of Sosa, the challenge of the unsettling twenty-first century, and the future of the Church. The book is published as part of the celebrations of ‘Ignatius 500’ : the 500th anniversary of the transformation in the life of Ignatius of Loyola that resulted in his conversion and led to the foundation of the Jesuit order.
Price: £18.95

ISBN 978 1 7881 2455 3


Paul O‘Reilly SJ, Hope in All Things

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The reflections in Hope in All Things are based on the Ignatian insight that in prayer and life we can ‘find God in all things’. Through these pieces, Fr Paul shows us how to find hope in all the experiences of joy and sorrow, thanks and petition, and in all of life.

Drawing on vast pastoral experience in Britain and Guyana, this inspiring collection of gospel reflections takes very interesting incidents from the author’s life, which speak to the hunger for hope in today’s culture. His work as a medical doctor in his clinic for the homeless provides the backdrop for the book.

… inspirational anecdotes and memories to encourage and enlighten those attempting to live an authentic Christian life … told with a sense of warmth and compassion as well as an engaging humility and sense of humour … this little treasury offers nourishing daily spiritual bread.' Intercom

Price: £8.95

ISBN 978 1 7881 2022 7

Coronavirus Update

Thank you for your continuing patience. Complete reopening has been delayed once again because the office is now moving and the schedule is unclear; until then I shall continue to have 2020 and 2021 issues of The Way, plus the books listed below and the new Messenger books, for immediate despatch. Other orders will take a bit longer but should be processed within a week or so.

Peter Edmonds SJ, Stories and Portraits: The Way Companion to the Synoptic Gospels

Peter Edmonds SJ, The Way Companion to the Sunday Missal

Diego Laínez and Juan Polanco, The First Biographies of St Ignatius Loyola, translated and edited by Joseph A. Munitiz SJ

Michael Ivens SJ, An Approach to Saint Ignatius of Loyola

Brian O’Leary SJ, Sent into the Lord’s Vineyard: Explorations in the Jesuit Constitutions

Brian O’Leary SJ, Pierre Favre and Discernment

Patrick Purnell, SJ, The Passion, Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ, Son of God

Patrick Purnell SJ, Imagine

Patrick Purnell SJ, The Book of Furrows

Pedro de Ribadeneira, Treatise on the Governance of St Ignatius of Loyola, translated by Joseph A. Munitiz SJ

Benjamín González Buelta SJ, Psalms to Accompany the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius Loyola, translated by Damian Howard SJ

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