Australian court convicts highest-ranking cleric for sex abuse
All posts by Edward Chow, SJ
Edward is a Jesuit scholastic in the regency period of Jesuit formation. He was born and raised in Silicon Valley and grew up around Jesuits from California and Taiwan. He is interested in ecumenism and liturgy and is a fan of rom-coms, soccer, and pop music.
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Defend (or Ditch) Democracy
“Russian” to conclusions ignores the bigger threat to democracy
Mamma Mia and the Heroic Love of Motherhood
Despite our imperfections, heroic love can ABBAsolutely change our lives.
Faith Informing Politics: A Story of Solidarity
Let’s not confuse partisan and religious values.
Living Lent and Easter in China
Recent events in China remind us that hope in the Resurrection is sometimes all we have.
From Reformation to Reconciliation
We look ahead united in the love of Christ.
This is what Mass is about? Really?!
If you think Mass is boring, you’re doing it wrong.
Silencing the Man, Not His Message
Xiaobo showed us how to live our life for others in the midst of suffering and futility.
Why Power Rangers would be Pope Francis’s favorite superhero movie
Edward Chow, S.J., begs us to have mercy on the new Power Rangers movie and maybe experience some redemption in the process