Jesus was tempted out in the desert. Carlos Martinez-Vela, SJ, reflects that we must also face those dark corners of our hearts in order to invite Christ’s light in. God will show up.
Following the Raramuri tradition, and the importance of dreams, Sebastian found himself facing a whole new way of encountering with God and the Divine in the making of a Yumari, the Raramuri traditional religious feast.
Pope Francis frequently provides tips for the kinds of priests he hopes to see in the Church. Patrick Hyland considers how Francis’ advice can inspire and challenge us in our own lives and vocations.
Jesus spent forty days and forty nights in the desert before he began his public ministry, and it prepared him for everything after. Ian Peoples, SJ, reflects on how Lent is a time of retreat and preparation.
The practice of repetition is an important tool used throughout the Spiritual Exercises. Looking back on their shared time in Chicago, Collin and Michael reflect on how we all might learn to better savor the graces in our own lives.
Hearts on Fire retreats bring the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius to young people, and make them accessible.
Reflecting on mothers and newborn children can deepen our spiritual understanding of the coming of Emmanuel at Christmas.
As we enter the final days of Advent, Patrick takes a closer look at a popular Gospel passage that may offer some clues as to what may have been the first seven words of Jesus.
Care for creation is a massive undertaking, but that does not mean we can shirk our responsibility, as Pope Francis reminds us in his recent exhortation Laudate Deum.
In the Gospels, Jesus is always seen going up the mountain to pray. Going on a hike with Jesus – whether in nature or in our prayer – can open ourselves up to God’s grandeur and renew our sense of mission.