Annemarie Paulin-Campbell

Show BioHide BioDr Annemarie Paulin-Campbell currently heads up the Jesuit Institute School of Spirituality (JISS). Annemarie is a Catholic laywoman who has studied and worked in the area of Christian Spirituality for the past 16 years doing spiritual direction and retreat work, and training spiritual directors in the Ignatian tradition. Her particular focus is the training and supervision of spiritual directors and retreat givers. A related area of interest is in the interface between Christian Spirituality and Psychology. Annemarie's doctoral research is on "The impact of imaginal and dialogical processes on shifts in image of self and image of God in women making the Spiritual Exercises as a 19th Annotation Retreat." Annemarie is also a registered psychologist (and life coach), and has worked in particular in the areas of trauma counselling and community psychology.

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No women deacons — for now

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Pope Francis’ comments on the ordination of women to the diaconate, given on an in-flight papal press conference this week, suggest that despite expectations of an announcement this week on the matter, disappointingly, a decision won’t be made now. More »

Clerical abuse: enough is enough

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Annemarie Paulin-Campbell reflects on the horror of clergy sexual abuse as recently revealed by the Pennsylvania Grand Jury, detailing the horrific abuse within six dioceses in Pennsylvania, USA. She argues that “unless we swiftly address the systemic issues t... More »

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