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Incarnation As Worldview – by Tobie Tondi, SHCJ – 25 minutes; about the three moments of Incarnation – Creation, Jesus, the Kingdom of God – as a lens through which we are invited to view the world
Who Do You Say I Am? – by Tobie Tondi, SHCJ – 34 minutes; about the sources of our understanding of who Jesus is – scripture, tradition, and the witness of believers
These videos have served the Society well in recent years. Tobie first gave the two lectures in person, in Rome, for the international tertianship of 2018. Then videos of the lectures were made so that she, from California, could join the 2019 renewal program for silver jubilarians meeting in Rome. In 2021 the international tertianship met virtually because of Covid and once again Tobie incorporated the videos into her virtual presentation. In 2023, she did the same for our novices in Jos.
Christmas Meditation 2022 – by Mary Ann Buckley, SHCJ – 6 minutes 43 seconds; a video reflection for prayer on the three moments of Incarnation – Creation, Jesus enfleshed, the reign of God; presented as part of the SHCJ Monthly Meditation video series
Watch This Space – 25 minutes; January 15, 2023; features interviews with eight sisters reflecting on their experience of participating in Society-wide conversations on incarnational spirituality; they respond to three questions: what especially sparked you in the conversations and feedback? What energizes you to do something more with that in the new year? What hurdles do you foresee?
Three short articles:
“An Unimaginable Intimacy” by John Garvey, who was an Orthodox priest and, for 40 years, a columnist for Commonweal Magazine. After his death in 2015 his essays were published in the collection Only Wonder Comprehends, 2018.
“Who Are You for Us?” — Excerpts from Theology Brewed in an African Pot by A.E. Orobator , SJ — PDF with link to a review of Religion and Faith in Africa: Confessions of an Animist, also by Orobator
“What Mickey Mouse Teaches Us About Christmas” by Eric Clayton, deputy director of communications at the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States –