The 2021 CTiW AGM and Webinar took place online at 6.30pm on Monday 18 January 2021.
The Annual General Meeting was followed by a Panel Discussion entitled “The Spiritual Health of the Nation”
Covid has been a time of huge upheaval and an opportunity for soul-searching. What are we learning as individuals and as society? Fr Dominic Robinson SJ chaired a discussion on the spiritual health of the nation with panellists Fr Roger Dawson SJ and Ann Morisy.
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Fr Roger Dawson SJ is a Jesuit priest and is Director of St Beuno’s Jesuit Spirituality Centre in North Wales. He trained as a clinical psychologist and worked in adult mental health in the NHS before entering the Society of Jesus in 1996. He continues to be interested in ‘positive psychology’ (the psychology of flourishing and ‘what makes life worth living’) and sees many connections between this and Ignatian spirituality.
Ann Morisy is an internationally acclaimed lecturer and writer. She was the Director of the Commission on Urban Life and Faith which produced the report ‘Faithful Cities’. She has written on numerous themes: religious experience (with David Hay), inter-generational fairness, community ministry. In her book ‘Bothered and Bewildered’ she re-envisions theology for troubled times.
Fr Dominic Robinson, SJ , is Parish Priest, Farm Street Church of the Immaculate Conception and Chair, Justice and Peace Commission, Diocese of Westminster