Ignatian spirituality, the study of violence in scripture, studying and teaching the intersection of group relations theory with Ignatian spirituality
I left Georgetown as an undergrad at the end of my sophomore year, right after my last exam. I went that very day to Montreal to get on a Dutch cargo ship to go on an Ignatian "pilgrimage" with other GU students and two Jesuits. It was the summer of 1956, the anniversary of St. Ignatius' death. I entered the Jesuits that September. Little did I realize how involved with GU I would be later on. I thought I had given up GU for good! I was on the Board of Directors for 19 years, the rector here from 2000 to 2006, and now I'm back working for President DeGioia. I feel very blessed indeed!
Spiritual direction, directing people in the Spiritual Exercises, training people to give the Exercises; teaching leadership and spirituality as well as theology (e.g., Christology).
Sebastian Moore, The Crucified Jesus Is No Stranger; James Alison, The Joy of Being Wrong: Original Sin Through Easter Eyes.
"In the evening of life, we will be judged on love alone." (St. John of the Cross)