Our Glendalough trip in pictures

The European Tertianship community spent three days 1-3 October 2012 in Glendalough, 50 km south from Dublin, to learn and experience the treasures of the Irish spirituality in our Christian tradition. The history of the ancient monastic place comes to the 6th century, when St. Kevin began an ascetic life here.

European dimension of the Society

European dimension of the Society

Thursday, the 4th

This morning, we had a session on the European dimension of the Society, animated by Dermot O’Connor, the socius (or assistant) to John Dardis, president of the European conference. It was a good opportunity for each of us to discover, or at least enlarge, his knowledge of interprovincial collaboration on our continent. Dermot invited us to widen our understanding of the Jesuit mission, a larger perspective that is linked to a  “pilgrim attitude” that is truly Ignatian. (more…)