[Ebook] ➧ The Fifth Week Author William J. O'Malley – Diclofenac16.us

The Fifth Week What Is THE FIFTH WEEK Every Jesuit Novice Makes A Long Retreat The Full Spiritual Exercises Of St Ignatius Loyola One Month Long, This Retreat Is Divided Into Four Flexible Weeks Of Meditation The First Week Is On The Principle And Foundation Of Life The Second On The Life Of Jesus The Third On The Passion And Death He Suffered And The Fourth On The New, Resurrected Life Of The Children Of God And The Fifth Week Is The Rest Of The Jesuit S Life The Fifth Week By William J O Malley, SJ, Has Sold Over 26,000 Copies Since Its First Publication In 1976 Its Pages Have Encouraged Young Men Listening For Their Vocations And Intrigued Countless Other Readers With Stories Of Jesuit Saints And Martyrs, As Well As Ordinary Jesuits, Each Fulfilling His Unique Mission Whether As Carpenter, Poet, Mathematician, Or Mystic Each Living According To His Individual Talents And Interests, But All For The Greater Honor And Glory Of God Because The Accidentals Of Jesuit Life And Training Have Evolved In The Past Two Decades, This New Edition Updates The Original By Adding James Martin S New Afterword In Which He Explores Recent Developments In Jesuit Formation Father O Malley Has Updated Other Chapters To Reflect Educational Initiatives And Training Programs Launched In The Wake Of Vatican II The Body And Soul Of This Second Edition OfThe Fifth Week Are Still The Stirring Accounts Of The Lives And Deaths Of Ignatius The Founder And Xavier The Missionary To The East Of Campion, Ciszek, And Chardin In Europe Of Br Beuf And Lord And Pro In The West We Follow O Malley S Personal Journey Through Questions And Doubts To Self Knowledge And The Dynamic Equilibrium Of His Commitment To Life In The Society Of Jesus With Humor And Tolerance He Records The Drama And Daily Grind With Sundry Companions The Fifth Week Is A Great Companion For Prospective Jesuits It Asks With Them Do You Want To Be A Priest A Religious Priest A Jesuit

[Ebook] ➧ The Fifth Week  Author William J. O'Malley – Diclofenac16.us
  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • The Fifth Week
  • William J. O'Malley
  • English
  • 24 January 2018
  • 0829409289

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] ➧ The Fifth Week Author William J. O'Malley – Diclofenac16.us


  1. says:

    A great first glance about becoming a Jesuit, an almost perfect selection of relevant Jesuits in history Very good in general.


  2. says:

    The author did a really good job with this book as a history and as a description of what is involved with being a Jesuit The stories of the accomplishments of previous Jesuit were very interesting and engaging It helps, of course, that he had some amazing examples to write about.He then went into an account of his experience as a novice, scholar and then becoming a Jesuit While it s true that he did these things a while ago, so there are likely some differences between his experience and tha The author did a really good job with this book as a history and as a description of what is involved with being a Jesuit The stories of the accomplishments of previous Jesuit were very interesting and engaging It helps, of course, that he had some amazing examples to write about.He then went into an account of his exp...


  3. says:

    I didn t read the original, but I like to read whatever Father O Malley writes, and this is not a disappointment Add the afterward from Jim Martin and you have an absolute winner Whether discerning a vocation or just trying to understand Jesuits, you will enjoy this book and understand this...


  4. says:

    This book is a good introduction to the history of the Jesuits and the meaning of a Jesuit vocation I do think it requires basic knowledge of Catholicism and at least a prior introduction to the Society of Jesus to fully appreciate O Malley definitely doesn t hide his bias or opinions in this book, so the information comes with his personal opinions and experiences some ...


  5. says:

    Many points strong and weak on this one Fr O Malley s honesty and personal touch to this book give it a wonderful liveliness and intimacy that provides a good peek into his life and the life of his br...


  6. says:

    The book is deep in thought and provides insight on the basis of the Catholic Church and the Jesuit Order.


  7. says:

    A must read for anyone considering the priesthood.

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