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subordination of secular to spiritual authority. The Society of Jesus stood out for the intellectual energy and theological sophistication with which its members sought to establish and discussed the right way to combine the office of spiritual and political counsellor. Yet, there was no unity of opinion about

In: Journal of Jesuit Studies

is followed by focusing one’s mind, emotions, and energies in the present moment may be related to Hinduism’s comparative lack of interest in history as a discipline encouraging attachment to the past—that is, to what does not exist—and thereby holding one in the world of maya or illusion and away

In: Journal of Jesuit Studies

we all need our bishops. We are their sons and we love them. We cannot live without them. If we have suffered because of them, let them accept to suffer for us for a moment, so that they, with our help and we under their guidance, may work together, with renewed energy, under the Reign of Christ in

In: Journal of Jesuit Studies

taught the Indians how to play a variety of different instruments such as harps, base, trumpets, and clarinets, ultimately transforming them into talented musicians. 58 His energy in interacting with the indigenous population can be seen in his fondness and frequent use of theatrical productions, poetry

In: Journal of Jesuit Studies

life of a meaningful sort apart from anything akin to crucifixion and death. On these grounds, the cross seems to be little more than historical happenstance that fortunately happens not to conflict with Stump’s view of the atonement—a view falling fall short of the energy and urgency with which the

In: Journal of Reformed Theology

mandates from the discernment of spirits to which they were committed. As the Jesuit Yves de Montcheuil (1900–44) pointed out, “obedience did not mean turning off one’s personal conscience.” 32 Henri de Lubac (1896–1991) captured their energy: “Fessard, de Montcheuil and Chaillet were not dreamers or

In: Journal of Jesuit Studies

such as Father Walsh has been until now, is not enough, and places him in a false position which consumes a part of his energies. It is not possible that all the individual heads deal with the Moscow central government, the representative must do it. But if he then has no authority to enforce

In: Journal of Jesuit Studies

could direct their energies towards propagating the Gospel. In general, it seems as if Jesuits viewed “the Indies” as any place where the people were ignorant in Christian matters, prone to unorthodox religious practices, and lacking in civility. Whether these places existed within or outside of Europe

In: Journal of Jesuit Studies

Catholic truths alongside al-Bashir , yet it was also an outlet for healthy intellectual inquiry. The prestige, energy, and dedication of its founder allowed al-Mashriq to survive in spite of the frustrations of Ottoman censorship and the greater crisis of a global war. In the official application for

In: Journal of Jesuit Studies

a greater extent. And if a young noble was not academically gifted, the noble boarding school provided tutoring. The Jesuits spent considerable energy and resources educating nobles. But it should not be forgotten that the vast majority of their students were not nobles. The Jesuit school at Munich

In: Journal of Jesuit Studies