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Title: Collaboration and Ignatian Freedom
Authors: Lefrank, Alex [ed.]
Keywords: Ignatian
Ignatian Spirituality
Spiritual Exercises
Christian Life Communities
Faith Doing Justice
Adult Spiritual Evangelization
Inter-religious dialogue
Spiritual Formation
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: Council on Ignatian Spirituality
Citation: A Review of Ignatian Spirituality XXXIII, 1/ 2002
Series/Report no.: Review of Ignatian Spirituality, No.99;XXXIII,i.2002
Abstract: Precis: The author gave this report to the Rome Consultation 2002, "Exercises and Partnership. " As national promoter of CIC from 1971, he and a committed group discerned that formation of guides was the crucial matter. They set up a program instigating Jesuit-lay collaboration. Through time, the collaboration changed the clerical and lay roles, enriching both. CIC gradually left politics behind and turned to prayer and discernment. These developments challenge Jesuits in their apostolate and in their community life. Jesuits too easily identify with a movement. Ignatian freedom means Christian love.
Description: This article is an extract from A Review of Ignatian Spirituality XXXIII, 1/ 2002 which appears three times a year in English, Spanish and French. It is published by the Society of Jesus through its Secretariat for Ignatian Spirituality.
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