Pope Francis hopped on a Zoom call with university students from across the Americas. In doing so, he demonstrated a key synodal disposition: to be a listening Church. Here are three takeaways from the conversation.
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Hunter is a native of Greenwell Springs, Louisiana and is a Jesuit scholastic studying philosophy and theology at Loyola Chicago. He is loyal to our holy Mother Church first, and the Houston Astros second. Hunter's Jesuit brothers often describe him as "zealous," which is code for "dude, you need to chill out."
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The Sign of the Cross: An Act of Faith | One-Minute Homily
On this Trinity Sunday, Hunter D’Armond, SJ, reflects on how we show our faith through our bodies, including the Sign of the Cross.
We Belong to the Father | One-Minute Homily
Who do we belong to? Hunter D’Armond, SJ, reflects on Jesus’ message that we don’t belong to the world.
Jesus Suffers with Us and Rises for Us | One-Minute Homily
Jesus’ resurrection lets us know that pain and suffering never have the final word. Hunter D’Armond, SJ, reflects on Jesus’ appearance to the disciples in this week’s One-Minute Homily.
Be a Grain of Wheat | One-Minute Homily
What does it mean to be like a grain of wheat? Hunter D’Armond, SJ, reflects on those whose selflessness gives life to others, giving his mom as a prime example.
Embrace Your Inner Desert | One-Minute Homily
What is Jesus’ secret?
Jesus, the Shatterer of Expectations | One-Minute Homily
Let’s face it: we often like things to be in our control.
Our Mission to Point to Jesus | One-Minute Homily
John the Baptist shows us true humility by pointing his followers to Jesus.
Before We Give, We Receive | One-Minute Homily
Sometimes we feel more comfortable giving gifts rather than receiving them.