When the hard news of the world threatens to overwhelm us Fr. Alejandro Olayo, SJ asks us to respond with more, and deeper, imagination.
Michael Rozier asks a new question to those considering becoming physicians, hoping that more of medicine can return to its roots of universal service.
As the world mourns Nelson Mandela, Mario Powell considers the name, and the heart, of a man who fought and lived for a cause worth dying for.
Making the argument is only one step in a persuasive process. Making it hearable is another step altogether.
Chris Schroeder follows up on his earlier essay with an interview with Mike Merrill of KMikeyM–the man who sells shares of stock in…himself.
Wheeling Jesuit alum. Former coach of the LeMoyne mens basketball team. Now head coach at University of Michigan. In this exclusive interview Dennis Baker sits down with coach John Beilein to discuss Ignatian spirituality and NCAA basketball.
On this feast of all the Jesuit saints and blesseds, James Martin arrives with a list of the top 12 moments when Jesuits finally realize: “yep, I’m a Jesuit.”
Fr. Paul Lickteig peers through the thinning veil between the living and the dead and considers Halloween, All Saints Day, and All Souls.
What does the competition between Sony and Microsoft for domination of the gaming industry have to teach us about knowing who we are? According to Fr. Jack McClain, a lot.
Jeremy Zipple – photographer, Jesuit priest, and filmmaker – on why a bleak documentary on the plight of the middle class is worth 82 minutes of your time.