As we celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, Noah invites us into his own experience of prayer with Mary. His experience can be a guide for you in this busy season.
All posts by Noah Banasiewicz, SJ
From Virginia Beach, VA, Noah came to know the Society of Jesus during his time at Loyola Chicago where he studied accounting, later entering the Midwest Province and joining the Jesuits in 2019. Noah is now in his philosophy studies at Saint Louis University where he serves as chaplain to the women's volleyball team and accompanies young men in discernment on campus.
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What Makes Ted Lasso Different from Every Other Character on TV
Unlike the dismal tone that dominates most gritty television these days, Noah found in Emmy-nominee Ted Lasso a virtue in short supply: hope.
Catholic 101: Why go to Confession?
Confession can make many of us uncomfortable, but there is great beauty in this sacrament. Reconciliation is ultimately strengthening our relationship with God and accepting God’s abundant mercy.
I found the Kingdom of God at a Black Lives Matter Protest
Jesus challenged first-time author Noah to get closer to the Kingdom of God in the face of racial prejudice. He found Earth as it is in Heaven at a protest.