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All posts by David Inczauskis, SJ
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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Aronofsky’s mother! and the Weirdness of Catholicism
The movie will disturb your peace. Good.
Princess Charming: Feeling Through the Story of Lady Diana Spencer
What does the story of a princess who died twenty years ago continue to tell us about ourselves?
Despacito: Reggaetón, Rhythm, and Relationships
What can emergency room visits teach us about the ways music can bridge differences?
Trump’s Poland Speech: The Language of Conservative Catholicism
The hotly-contested “Poland Speech” shows why Trump is palatable to the Church’s right wing.
Ariana Grande, Pentecost, and the Triumph of Love over Fear
David Inczauskis, SJ, beholds Ariana Grande’s Manchester performance and envisions a Christian response to terrorism
Harry Styles Has Something to Teach You About Love
Wise beyond his years, Harry Styles and his historical ‘pastiche’ of a debut album finds many ways into David Inczauskis’s heart.
Why Lorde’s Riveting ‘Green Light’ and ‘Liability’ Will Make You Feel Alive
David Inczauskis, SJ, takes us through Lorde’s transformation from ‘Royals’ to ‘Liability’ and why ‘Green Light’ will help you feel The Truth
Katy Perry’s Grammy performance unpacked
Katy Perry–and her Grammy performance public act of conscientization–has David Inczauskis “Chained to the Rhythm”