Christ the King calls us to care for the most vulnerable among us. Austin Kleman, SJ, reminds us that we don’t have to go far to find Christ in our midst.
The recent Synod on Synodality has been referred to as a fulfillment of the desires of Vatican II. Reflecting on this historic moment in the history of the Church, Patrick presents a helpful framework to better understand the fruits of the historic council.
The Israel-Hamas war is a tragedy fostered by centuries of anti-Semitism and decades of the forced displacement of millions of Palestinians. Erin Kast reflects on the West’s responsibility in this war and urges Christians to embrace the side of peace.
For a Jesuit, inspiration to follow God’s call can come from many sources. Nate Cortas, SJ discusses how women religious he has known have been a model for him as he pursues his own vocation in religious life.
Prayer can feel overwhelming at times. What should I say? What should I do? In his latest piece, Patrick Hyland, SJ reflects on how pilots might teach us a lesson in prayer.
As Christians, we have a hope in God’s coming kingdom that Jesus preached. That kingdom encompasses all creation, including all animals.
The writings of St. Teresa reveal God’s intense desire for mystical union with each and every one of us. How do we respond to this divine invitation?
Many Catholics have a great devotion to Mary, but it’s not out of worship. Mary is the closest human being to God, and her mission is to help lead us to God, so Catholics ask for her intercession and assistance.
Eight years after Laudato Si, Pope Francis has published a new document on the environment, Laudate Deum. Nate Cortas, SJ offers an overview of how Francis reasserts our shared call to care for our common home.
Icons are not only a form of art: they orient the mind and heart towards the mysteries of God, and thus they’re an important resource for prayer, especially in Eastern Christianity.