Counseling centers at our Jesuit colleges and universities are increasingly more utilized and crucial to our students’ success. How might Ignatian Spirituality strengthen the work of our excellent counselors?
How might offering yoga connected with spirituality on Jesuit campuses contribute to mental well-being?
For the cover story, Patrick J. Howell, S.J., shares his own story of how he dealt with mental illness and what helps truly care for mens sana in corpore sano – a healthy mind in a healthy body.
As our students face mental health challenges to securing attachment and purpose in life, Fr. John Cecero, S.J., turns to the role of Magdalena in Ignatius’ recovery and conversion. How might Magdalena’s example aid us as we support our students?
October 31st was the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. How might Jesuit colleges and universities capitalize on this anniversary to foster reconciliation and truth in our churches and culture today?
Conversations Magazine editor Ed Schmidt, S.J. describes the term "sanctuary," asking us to ponder what this place set-apart might call us to today.
Should we remain neutral in our courses or encourage students towards a certain perspective? Sandra Sullivan-Dunbar suggests that the Gospel helps us in our quest for truth and justice.
Russell C. D. Arnold of Regis University examines three prinicples that might make interreligious more fruitful at Jesuit colleges and universities.
Cindy Schmersal of Rockhurst University suggests five concrete attributes that help us engage in difficult conversations with honesty, integrity, and true dialouge.
Loyola University Chicago Muslim chaplain and theology lecturer Omer M. Mozaffar offers insights into the progress we've made with regards to our Muslim students, and the challenges for what we must continue to do next.
Turning back to our Ignatian charism, Michael P. Murphy writes about how our universities might cultivate a better sense of citizenship.