For God and the greater good Premium26 June 2014 | by James Roberts
Collaboration, cohesion, fulfilment, learning and listening – these were the basis of Jesuit education identified in a conference in London last week to mark 400 years of Heythrop College Marking 400 years of its history, Heythrop College last week opted to spend two days at the University of London’s Senate House, exploring the nature of Jesuit education – the furthering of which, especially in the realms of theology and philosophy, is its raison d’être. Under the traditional Jesuit motto “For the greater glory of God”, plus an additional “and the more universal good”, academics from Heythrop and around the world examined the contribution to – and, just as important, the discoveries about – the times, and the vast scope o
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