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Address to the Georgetown University Board of Trustees

This is the final testament of Father Peter-Hans Kolvenbach on university education. He spells out the so-called...

Read more May 10, 2007
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Cura Personalis

A discourse delivered in Rome at the opening of the workshop on ‘Spiritual Accompaniment in the Ignatian Tradition’ (January 2007),...

Read more 2007
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Exercises and Partnership

Fr. Peter-Hans Kolvenbach’s text defines the personal dynamic in the Spiritual Exercises, which involves four “actors”: God, Ignatius, the...

Read more February 18, 2002
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Images and Imagination in the Spiritual Exercises

A lecture delivered on 30 January 1986 in Rome, during the IX Course on Ignatian Spirituality, organized by the Secretariat for Ignatian...

Read more January 30, 1986
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In the Footsteps of Saint Ignatius

No Jesuit may dream or ambition to become Superior General of the Society of Jesus. Saint Ignatius was strict and very consistent on this...

Read more 2009
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On Apostolic Discernment in Common

Fr. Peter-Hans Kolvenbach produced this detailed document on apostolic discernment in common synthesizing the positive and the negative...

Read more November 5, 1986
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Our Responsibility for God's Creation

On 22 August 1998, Father General Peter-Hans Kolvenbach officially inaugurated Arrupe College (now Arrupe Jesuit University), The Jesuit...

Read more August 22, 1998
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The Service of Faith and the Promotion of Justice

Discourse given in Santa Clara, California, to the 28 Jesuit colleges and universities of the United States. Fr Peter-Hans Kolvenbach...

Read more October 6, 2000
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The Spiritual Exercises and Preferential Love for the Poor

In this article, Fr. Peter-Hans Kolvenbach shows that the preferential love for the poor is rooted in the text of the Spiritual Exercises....

Read more February 7, 1984