Studies in the Spirituality of Jesuits


 

 

Studies in the Spirituality of Jesuits is a journal dedicated to Jesuit history and spirituality, examining the spiritual doctrine and practice of Society of Jesus through scholarly essays. It is a product of the Seminar on Jesuit Spirituality, whose membership is composed of Jesuits appointed from their provinces in the United States.

 

The interactive chart lists all the volumes of Studies currently available through the Jesuit Online Library. The library database allows for full-text searching of volumes, either simultaneously or individually.

 

With this chart, however, you can browse all the available volumes–limiting results to a particular range of years (1983-2008, for example, for the issues published during Kolvenbach’s generalate) or to particular author (from Arrupe and Bergoglio to Padberg and Tetlow) or to terms within the article’s title.

 

wdt_ID Year Volume Number Title Author1 Author2
1 1969 1 1 A Profile of the Contemporary Jesuit: His Challenges and Opportunities Sheets, John R.
2 1969 1 2 The Authentic Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius: Some Facts of History and Terminology Basic to Their Functional Efficacy Today Ganss, George E.
3 1970 2 2 Institution and Person Burke, William J.
4 1970 2 2 Ignatian Discernment Futrell, John Carroll
5 1970 2 3 The Response of the Jesuit, as Priest and Apostle, in the Modern World Lonergan, Bernard J.F.
6 1971 3 1 The Grace of Our Founder and the Grace of Our Vocation Wright, John H.
7 1971 3 2 Some Reflections on the Jesuit Commitment O'Flaherty, Vincent J.
8 1971 3 3 Jesuit Commitment — Fraternal Covenant? Clarke, Thomas E.
9 1971 3 3 Another Perspective on Religious Commitment Haughey, John C.
10 1971 3 4 A Method for Communal Discernment of God's Will Toner, Jules E.
Year Title Author1 Author2