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Pope Francis Says It’s Time for a More Amazonian Church, but That Doesn’t Mean Married Priests or Women Deacons
Published Feb 17, 2020 in Amazon Synod, Global Catholicism, In the News ~ Approx 3 mins
The Holy Father discerned that the Holy Spirit was not calling him to weigh in on the two controversial proposals.
Published Feb 13, 2020 in Blogs, Spirituality ~ Approx 2 mins
The mystery of wonder involved in the Spiritual Exercises consists of meeting people in their spiritual journeys with God. The wonder includes accompanying with love and compassion, helping people remember they are precious creatures of creation.
Published Feb 12, 2020 in Amazon Synod, Creation, Current Events, Global Catholicism, Pope Francis ~ Approx 3 mins
Pope Francis reflects on the Amazon Synod and dreams of an Amazon region that shows forth reconciliation among God, people, and the environment.
Published Feb 7, 2020 in Art, Film, Pop Culture ~ Approx 2 mins
Oscar Best Picture nominee “1917” depicts two young men facing the brutalities of World War I. In the midst of that horrible reality, they become brothers.
Published Feb 5, 2020 in Blogs, Pop Culture, Spirituality, Sports ~ Approx 3 mins
I’m a proud son of Green Bay, WI, and I have plenty of Packers apparel in my wardrobe. The other day I was at the gym, and given my workout clothing rotation, it happened that I was wearing a Packers t-shirt and shorts – green and gold from head to toe.
What are some of the most common Jesuit words and phrases that you hear in Jesuit institutions? Brian Strassburger, SJ, and Tucker Redding, SJ, list our top 7 and break down their deeper meaning in this episode of Ask Iggy.