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There was an old Jesuit vocation poster that showed a cartoon of a Jesuit with Being a contemplative in action is more than that, and it's certainly not just for.
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The book is a wonderfully written overview of what it means to be a Jesuit, and should be near the top of the reading lists for those people discerning a call to religious life within the society, or those who find their lives surrounded by those interesting individuals. Dec 02, Rob rated it liked it. It was an interesting read. I always appreciate how others live out the faith. I appreciate the four reflections on living with God in our everyday life and how to integrate spirituality and sexuality. It is often hard to read an internal conversation, this is a book by Jesuits for Jesuits.
The authors reflect deeply on the nature of living faithfully as a Jesuit. I learned many things about the history and practice of spirituality in the Jesuit community, but often found myself wondering how th It was an interesting read.
I learned many things about the history and practice of spirituality in the Jesuit community, but often found myself wondering how this ought to be understood as one who does not practice a Jesuit spirituality ie. I clearly don't submit to papal authority. Mar 21, Marie rated it did not like it Shelves: This book was terrible. I'm not even going to dignify it with a review.
It was dry and boring and I can't imagine anyone not in the Society of Jesus liking it or finding it remotely interesting. But - as with most things - I'm sure I'm wrong. Jul 15, Charles Dean rated it did not like it Shelves: To me it was dry and bordered on over-self-congratulation.
What Am I Here For? Being Contemplatives in Action
At least it was short. Dec 04, Jana rated it really liked it Shelves: Insightful reading into aspects of Jesuit spirituality and the tensions therein. Barry is succinct in this short book. Especially helpful when considering the renewal that religious life is called to as well as interesting points that can help understand Pope Francis' way of proceeding. Feb 12, Alexander Davidson rated it it was ok Shelves: Some good insights, but it felt long even though it was still short.
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Gabe rated it liked it Mar 14, Gisela rated it it was amazing Aug 24, Hermes rated it really liked it Jan 25, Then the cycle repeats. Your activity leads you again into a time of stopping, resting, reflecting, and then returning to activity with greater zeal and purpose. Being a contemplative in action means that your active life feeds your contemplative life and your contemplative life informs your active life.
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That is what contemplation in action means, and the cycle never ends. A few of them are already in heaven. I pray that I can also be an Ignatian friend to the younger generation. Thank you for this clear insight into the importance of setting time aside.
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Thanks for a little humor — the guy reading while sawing with the crocodile. God bless the Jesuits — living and dead — from whom I have learned so much, in the classroom or their writings. Thanks Lynda and Andy. In our busyness it is easy to forget to stop and reflect but the Examen provides us with a great tool for doing this at least once a day. Sign In or Create an Account. Close mobile search navigation Article navigation.
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