{ Blog of the Month } April 2018

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The Jesuit Reflections Blog is written by Paul Pace SJ, a Jesuit priest from the island of Malta, who currently lives in Dublin, Ireland. His aim is to provide his personal, spiritual reflections as food for thought; these reflections will be brief, light, and enlightening. You can sign up to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Paul Pace SJ is a tertianinstructor in Dublin. He was born in Malta in 1953 and joined the Jesuits in 1977.  He spent his formation years in Italy, Tanzania and Spain, from where he obtained a doctorate in moral theology from Comillas University in Madrid. After his return to Malta he was always involved in the University of Malta, first as Chaplain and then as lecturer in moral theology. Between 2005 and 2008 he was also director of the Jesuit Refugee Service in Malta. He was Provincial of Malta twice, first between 1996 and 2002, and then between 2008 and 2014. He was also a member of the 35th General Congregation of the Jesuits held in Rome in 2008. Since September 2015 he is one of the two instructors at the Jesuit European Tertianship in Dublin, where Jesuits follow their final stage of formation.

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