In the midst of national tragedy, Joe Simmons sees Facebook as a window into our desire for communal comfort in our anxiety and anger.
Violence. Addiction and jail and death. The city of Los Angeles. La Virgen. Hope in a painting. All collide at speed to compose Fabian Debora’s life story. Jay Hooks’ biographical essay holds the details.
As the Ignatian Family Teach-In celebrates its 25th anniversary, it continues to emphasize the legacy of the past so that we might learn how to build a better future.
What is a Jesuit brother? In short, they are models of radical availability and accompaniment. Learn more about the vocation of Jesuit brothers, including their history, great examples and saints, and what it’s like to be a brother today.
In his second installment, Steve Molvarec, SJ grapples with ontological change over pizza and beer
During the Year of Saint Joseph, what does this silent saint have to teach our hurting and divided world? Michael Martinez SJ reflects on five of his important lessons for us today.
In a time where screens, digital streaming services and social media consumption seem to be the “daily bread”, is there a way to ensure we are discovering God in all of it? This new series gives some practical tips to discern God’s voice in the culture. This edition is part one of how to discern God’s voice in movies and TV shows.
Ángel Flores Fontánez reflects on his time following in the footsteps of Civil Rights heroes and how we might imitate them today.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, public Church services have been prohibited around the country. But that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate the richness of the Easter Triduum this week. Here are some free liturgical guides to celebrating Holy Thursday, Good Friday, the Easter Vigil, and Easter Sunday exactly where you are: at home. These liturgical guides are based on the Roman Missal and include prayers, readings, and rituals with easy to follow directions. Download the guides today!