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What does this issue of INI, dated January-March 2022, offer you?
“All my knowledge of the stars does not dim their beauty”
Exclusive interview with Br. Guy Consolmagno, SJ, Director, Vatican Observatory, in which he talks of his vocation to be a Jesuit and an astronomer.
How do we know the truth?
In this article excerpted from his book, ‘Zen – One Way to Nirvana,’ Fr Ama Samy, SJ explains what we need to do to know the truth and reality.
Impact of Pornography on the Life of Clergy and Religious
Konrad Noronha, SJ, explains why an increasing number of young priests struggle with addiction to pornography and how to overcome it.
To be is to love, to live is to relate
Amalraj Chinnappan, SJ shares his experience of a serious illness that took him to the point of death. He also talks of the vision he repeatedly had when he was in a coma.
The One Thing that really matters
Fr. Francis P. Xavier, SJ, this time skillfully summarizes the main points offered by Gary W. Keller and Jay Papasan in their book, ‘The ONE Thing.’
Sweetest songs & saddest thought
M.A. Joe Antony, SJ, narrates the story of an interesting film about a heartrending disaster in Wales, U.K. that took place in 1966. He explains why the last scene of this film has stayed with him.
Challenges in Becoming a Synodal Church
Emmanuel Akilan, SJ, describes the three challenges the Church faces in becoming a synodal Church.