After two years of disrupted routines, many are finally back into a sort of pre-pandemic routine. Brian finds that, despite the comfort of ritual, Advent reminds him to break out of it.
As a busy college student, Brian’s life was full of grace. Once he started to pray the examen again, he noticed where that grace was leading him.
Grieving with others is not the only way we commit to solidarity. Becoming aware of one’s participation in the oppression of others, is another way of opening the eyes of the heart and deciding to be responsible. Brian Engelhart, SJ, describes the apathy White people often exercise when dealing with the realities of racism that affect Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), and finishes the third week of our “Know Justice, Know Peace: A Jesuit Antiracism Retreat” with one contemporary example, as well as with an invitation to get rid of indifference.
With the dawn of 5G wireless networks, smart cities are appearing on the horizon, opening up a world of possibilities. Just how “smart” can this technology be?
5G wireless networks have arrived, offering more data at faster speeds than ever. How much information can we consume before it consumes us?