To ever follow Jesus is the form of Christian life. When we step into our roles as citizens, we do not step out of that discipleship. Catholic Social Teaching helps guide how we live our discipleship out.
All posts by Bill McCormick, SJ
Bill, a Texan, FJV and Jesuit, is a regent at Saint Louis University, where undergraduates teach him political science and philosophy. He entered the Society in 2013, having studied politics at Chicago and Texas.
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Charles Taylor on the Twin Challenge of Christians in a Secular Age
According to Charles Taylor, Christianity animates us in two ways: it calls us to accept high goals, but also to sanctify the ordinary.
The Capitol Riot, Transactional Politics and Deals with the Devil
Trump supporters led an insurrection at Capitol Hill on January 6th. In the wake of that riot, we are confronted with a question: when do transactional politics become idolatrous?
Review of “The Crown”, Season 3
The Netflix hit drama shows that the splendor of royal power comes at a considerable cost.
Faber or Canisius?
How can we serve everyone in turbulent times?
What Notre Dame Will Our Generation Build?
Notre Dame was a witness to the beauty of faith
“Unplanned” and a Better Abortion Debate
Want to change people’s minds on abortion? Change how you change their minds.
The Jesuit Mission Today
The Society of Jesus releases its ministry priorities for the next ten years.
“Open Wide Our Hearts”
US bishops: Racism is a life issue.