Pages: 288

Publisher: Messenger Publications

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Walking with Ignatius In Conversation w Dario Meno

by Father Genral Arturo Sosa

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Walking with Ignatius is a celebration of 500 years of the Society of Jesus, as seen through the eyes of its first Latin American Father General, Arturo Sosa SJ. Comprised of interviews with Father General by journalist, Darío Menor, they engage in a spiritual conversation that covers such topics as the life of Ignatius, the life story of Sosa, the challenge of the unsettling twenty-first century, and the future of the Church.



The book is published as part of the celebrations of ‘Ignatius 500’ : the 500th anniversary of the transformation in the life of Ignatius of Loyola that resulted in his conversion and led to the foundation of the Jesuit order.

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