The First Week of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius can be intense. We are reminded that we are sinners...but this is to remind us of the great love and mercy of God. Join Br. Mark Mackey, SJ, as we continue to explore the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. It...
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Born in Hinsdale, IL, David Inczauskis, SJ, is visiting faculty in Classics and Modern Languages at Xavier University. He is the author of "La Fragua: el teatro jesuita de Centroamérica," a book published in 2019 by UCA Editores about Honduras' revolutionary Jesuit theater. He likes fruit smoothies, Latin American film, and cucumber water.
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The First Principle and Foundation
St. Ignatius knew that we have to build ourselves on a firm foundation. This week Br. Mark Mackey, SJ, helps us to understand St. Ignatius' First Principle and Foundation. You know, a lot of us learn from a relatively young age the importance of building on a solid...
The Lumineers’ New Album III Is Horribly Depressing, and That’s Okay
If you’re looking to curl up on a lonely Saturday night with a cup of tea, a warm blanket, and some headphones, then the Lumineers’ newly released album is perfect for you. Even the “happy” songs are sad.
Intro to the Spiritual Exercises: Freedom
What does is it mean to truly be free? Br. Mark Mackey, SJ, continues to lead us through an introduction to the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola, in which Ignatius calls for us to shed from ourselves the things that hold us down. What’s keeping you from...
Quick Look at the Spiritual Exercises: Introduction
It's good to exercise the bodies, but what about the soul? We've got just the thing for you: the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. Join us in the next several weeks as we give a quick overview of this great gift of Ignatius of Loyola.
Chance the Rapper’s “We Go High”
What do Michelle Obama, Chance the Rapper, Pope Francis, and Jesus Christ have in common? When haters go low, they go high.
One-Minute Homily: “The Father Awaits”
Just as the father received the Prodigal Son, so God greets us when we turn to him in prayer. So what are you waiting for? Go pray! David Inczauskis, SJ, delivers this beautiful message in this week's One-Minute Homily. Based on the readings for Sunday, March 31,...
7 Reasons Why Prayer Is Like Sleep
Both prayer and sleep connect us with our dreams and desires. But without either one, we can get real cranky! Enjoy these GIFs about how we need prayer and sleep, for a lot of the same reasons.
Honduran Migrant Caravans: Interview with Iolany Pérez of Radio Progreso
Another migrant caravan is in the works, some 15,000 strong, leaving Jan. 15.