Cura Apostolica Revisited
By Stephanie J Russell
Teaching the Mission by Institutional Example
By Paul Lakeland
A New Vision for Cura Apostolica
By John Topel, S.J.
Conversations Magazine Seeks New Seminar Chair
Wheeling Jesuit University Re-Branded “Wheeling University”
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Do Ignatian principles inform how we do shared governance? What different would discernment make to our shared mission?
What is consolation and desolation in the Ignatian sense? How might we discern our feelings and experience to better care for our colleges and universities?
Rooted in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius, Jesuit education calls us to metanoia. How might we respond to the '“gentle urges of the sacred” which call us to build a more just and humane world?
Is it possible to recruit faculty who are committed to multiple goals which serving the primary mission of the Jesuit Catholic University today?
Introducing Conversations Magazine #56, Edward W. Schmidt, S.J. writes his final Editor’s Note as edtior.
In the spirit of reflection, we pose these questions as an opportunity to extend the conversation. We hope that by offering these ideas, the discussion continues on your campus – with colleagues, with students, and with your community.