The Three Jesuits who Bridged Christianity and Islam

The three Jesuits pioneers of Christian-Muslim dialogue in India presented by Joseph Victor Edwin are: Victor Courtois from Belgium, Christian W. Troll from Germany and Paul Jackson from Australia. He describes their high caliber academic…

Meet the Joyful Jesus

Fr. Fio is well known as a writer and preacher of biblical and charismatic spirituality. Here he writes as a ‘happy son of St. Ignatius’, to invite us to enter deeply into gospel scenes by…

Development and Community Mobilization

The field of community organization is a civilizational concept. With the advent of modern development, systems and processes were altered to prioritize individual needs over the community. It is in this context that the book…

THE DESIRED FRUIT of the IGNATIAN YEAR

On May 21, 1521, IGNATIUS OF LOYOLA received a wound at the Battle of Pamplona that would lead to a deep transformation of his life. Inspired by the 500th anniversary of this event, the journalist…

Of Ethnographer’s interest

This volume is a collection of eighteen ethnographic essays on Anthropological Explorations in East and South-East Asia, reprinted from the almost forgotten Journal of the Anthropological Society of Bombay, published during 1886-1936. Divided into five…

Collective Violence: The New Normal

“If the rains fail, desertification will inevitably follow. But first the crisis must be recognized before it can be addressed; the problem understood, before a resolution can be attempted. The urgency of the present emphatically…

The Social and Psychological meanings of Suicide

This book is an outcome of the study undertaken by the faculty of the Centre for Culture and Development, Vadodara, which was financially supported by the Indian Council for Social Science Research, Delhi. This book…

Community Prayers for the Ignatian Year

This is an off-beat book containing Community Prayer Services based on the early parts of the Autobiography of Saint Ignatius, related to his ‘conversion’. The undergirding theme is: ‘Through Ignatius to Christ’. Each unit has…