How can we respond to another unarmed black man killed by white police officers? We need to read MLK’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail,” and look to Jesus’s example of righteous anger.
While many fear contracting COVID-19, a respiratory illness, the death of George Floyd reminds Black people that we must also worry about the police blocking, or stopping, our respiration.
Inspired by Pope Francis’ call to conversion, community-building, and creativity, I thought why not create a retreat and make it virtual for those who might also be feeling just as cooped up and restless as me. So, that’s what I and several other Jesuits with whom I live have done. And you can participate in the retreat too!
Join us for an interactive art retreat, presented by Christopher Alt, SJ.
How a painful experience with one patient returned a hundred-fold just minutes later with another.
When Jesus ascended into heaven and left his disciples, he did not leave them alone. Eric Immel, SJ, reminds us that Christ remains with us too in this One-Minute Homily. Based on the readings for the Ascension of the Lord. It’s a famous scene in movies – someone rides away in a car or on […]
Is it weird? Punk? Elitist? Or do all these labels fall short of the truth of the matter? Catholics aren’t supposed to fit in any of the cultural boxes the world tries to shove us into.
As an activist and theology professor at Villanova University, Katie Grimes, Ph.D., is trying to make sense of the Catholic Church’s relationship to white supremacy and antiblackness. She answers questions about the shooting of Ahmaud Arbury, the complicated history of the Church and slavery, and what we can do to make a difference today.
A wedding in the midst of a pandemic puts things in perspective.