In this unit students consolidate their supervision competencies to identify and respond to situations that supervisors face in practice. Through an Ignatian discernment framework and by the application of contemporary theories, students acqui..
Online Class Building on the unit Spiritual Exercises: Theory A, the student will focus their knowledge of the Spiritual Exercises. In this unit the student will use biblical and theological interpretative frameworks to explore the history..
This unit is only offered online (via Big Blue Button and ARK) as the lecturer is based in The Netherlands. The unit addresses the subject of medieval Christian mysticism [1100‐1600] in Europe through the study of primary sources using sign..
Online Class This unit explores the progressive history of moral theology toward Vatican II and beyond. Particular focus will be on the basic foundations of Christian morality and different moral arguments, with special attention to a spirit..
Online Unit This unit will explore the genre, structure, socio-historical context and theological emphases of the Gospels, and the cultural and social situation of the Mediterranean world in New Testament times. The key focus will be on the ro..
Online unit This unit aims to help participants deepen their understanding and practice of prayer, develop their capacity to identify the Spirit of God in their lives, and grow in the ability to discriminate between that Spirit and other ‘sp..
Online Unit This unit aims to help students explore Ignatian spirituality through the study of primary sources. By means of a careful reading of the key texts of the Autobiography, the Spiritual Exercises, the Spiritual Diary and the Letters o..
This unit contributes to equipping students to provide individual supervision in a variety of disciplines— that is, supervision conducted on a one-on-one basis between a supervisor and a supervisee. The student will learn how to supervise: (..
This unit is a full-year (10 point) unit being offered in both Semester 1 and Semester 2, 2021. In this unit, students acquire the skills and competencies needed to become directors of the Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius of Loyola and sp..
This unit aims to help students become competent directors of retreats in the Ignatian tradition, according to the 18th Annotation of the Spiritual Exercises. The unit will involve guiding retreatants through either an: 8-day individual..