In John Allen Jr.’s new book, he describes how media outlets, including Catholic ones, fuel the “culture of contempt.” He argues that Catholic media must work against this destructive tendency in modern public life.
In the Third Week of the Spiritual Exercises, Ignatius brings our focus to the last moments in Jesus’ life, starting with the Last Supper and following every event through his crucifixion, death, and burial. We are invited to stay by his side and witness the great depths of God’s love for us.
Experience the joy of prison ministry this Lent. Ian Peoples, SJ, shares his experience as a prison chaplain and reflects on the opportunity to encounter Christ. Discover how this ministry can change you and bring hope to those who need it most.
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Ian Peoples reflects on two different experiences of the Holocaust to find meaning and hope in the midst of unspeakable darkness.
What does an an ancient saint have to do with Veteran’s Day? Read how St. Martin of Tours helps us understand fidelity to the call to serve.
In the First Week of the Spiritual Exercises, St. Ignatius wants us to focus on the reality of sin in the world and in ourselves. This helps us to recognize God’s great mercy and to see ourselves as sinners loved by God.
Does social media really help us to stay connected? After years of weighing the pros and cons, Ian finally ditched his social media accounts for good. Read about his discernment.
The terms “consolation” and “desolation” are used regularly in Ignatian spirituality, but what do they mean? Ian Peoples, SJ, offers some insight from St. Ignatius for our Jesuit 101 series.
Catholics don’t always agree (especially on Twitter). The Ignatian “Presupposition” is a guide for seeking understanding in conversation. Here’s an explainer to help you the next time you’re tempted to call someone a heretic online.