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Ronald Davies’s Imaginative Contemplations are based on Ignatius of Loyola’s Spiritual Exer­cises. Most of the meditations start with stories from the life of Jesus (Melrose Books, £9.99; 978-1905226-90-0).

Celia Deane-Drummond has edited a collection of essays, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin on People and Planet. This book is a revised version of essays first pub­lished in 2005 by the journal Eco­theology (Equinox, £14.99; ...

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