Jesus came to put us in our place. Humble the exalted, exalt the humble. Uli Covarrubias, SJ, reminds us that through this Jesus calls us to be near him and the Father. Check out this week’s One-Minute Homily, based on the readings for September 1, 2019, which you can find here: https://bit.ly/2zpsf39 Finally, every book […]
Openness About Mental Illness Makes College Football Players and Us Stronger Than Ever
Why would anyone ever choose to become poor, chaste and obedient? Michael Martínez, S.J. reflects on the day of his profession of vows and the power of living with Jesus’ ‘open hands.’
A Jesuit reflects on what the struggle for justice in Puerto Rico can teach all people of good will.
The Good News doesn’t always feel so good, but it’s also much greater than a different understanding of religion, says Fr. Michael Rossmann, SJ in this week’s One-Minute Homily.
The rapper NF came out with a new album about fame, success, mental health and, ultimately, the desire for a relationship with God. We break down the album with the help of St. Thomas Aquinas.
James Keenan, S.J., a theology professor at Boston College, answers questions about his experience of being interviewed by author Malcolm Gladwell on his podcast “Revisionist History,” where they tackled moral issues of today through a method called “casuistry.”
Tired of all the division in our world? So is Jesus. Brian Strassburger, SJ, reminds us that we are called to be one and gives tips on how we can help make this happen. Based on the readings for Sunday, August 18, 2019. Do you ever get really frustrated with all the divisions in our […]
What do Michelle Obama, Chance the Rapper, Pope Francis, and Jesus Christ have in common? When haters go low, they go high.
What would you put in a spiritual survival kit? Fr. Joe Simmons, SJ, talks about bug-out bags and the call to be prepared in this week’s One-Minute Homily. Based on the readings for Sunday, August 11, 2019, which you can find here: https://bit.ly/33sS8gD If Jesus came tomorrow, what would he find in your spiritual ‘bug-out […]