Aric Serrano, SJ, released a new collection of music, Recollections. He offers us those tracks along with his motivation for writing.
Leaving Afghanistan was a tragedy, as was the entire war. In light of the end of this 20 year occupation which claimed the lives of over 150,000 people, we must confront uncomfortable questions raised by Jesus and the Gospel.
In his inaugural Deacon’s Diary, Steve Molvarec, SJ, writes: someone asked me: “How long does it take?” I replied: “I’ve been a Jesuit for nine years. And have less than two weeks until diaconate.” He said: “That’s a really long time.”
To celebrate the start of the NFL season, first-time author Sean Teets, SJ, asks, how do I know if what I’m giving up is worth it?
The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius are the heart of Ignatian Spirituality and of the Jesuits. As we kick off our “Jesuit 101” series, which will focus on a different theme of Ignatian Spirituality each month, it is only fitting that we begin with the Spiritual Exercises.
Like it or not, Kanye is our Wagner – a master architect of pure spectacle and a man whose unhinged brilliance confronts us all.
As many of us begin a new school year or face critical decisions, we might feel afraid of falling. In these moments, the tools of discernment can help us identify our fundamental questions and to act, asking God, as Elyssa Smith does, “will you catch me?”
The tournament in “Shaman King,” a new anime series, is all about having your wish granted. The protagonist of the series teaches us something surprising about our faith when you look at how he treats his opponents.