Contributions to The Way, an international journal of contemporary Christian spirituality

Members of the Jesuit Institute occasionally contribute to The Way, an international journal of contemporary Christian spirituality, published by the British Jesuits. Through writing informed by critical and creative scholarship, it aims to provide a forum in which thoughtful Christians, from different walks of life and different traditions, reflect on God’s continuing action in human experience.

  1. Annemarie Paulin-Campbell, 2000, “Resourcing the Serious Searchers” in The Way Supplement, No 98, pp 111-121.
  2. Puleng Matsaneng, 2010, “Spiritual Direction in Africa: A Need for a Different Approach?” in The Way, Vol 49 No 3, pp 53-64.
  3. Annemarie Paulin-Campbell & Puleng Matsaneng, 2013, “Evolving Approaches to Spiritual Direction in South Africa” in The Way, Vol 52 No 3, pp 7-22.
  4. Frances Correia, 2013, “Listening to Your Story: A Narrative Approach to Spiritual Direction in the South African ContextThe Way, Vol 52 No 3, pp 115-128.
  5. Annemarie Paulin-Campbell, 2014, “Teaching Spiritual Accompaniment in the Context of Trauma” in The Way, Vol 53 No 4, pp 29-44.

You can read more about The Way at their website, Trainee Spiritual Directors in the Jesuit Institute School of Spirituality have access to The Way as part of their training. For more information please email

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