How Ignatian are you? No matter how long you’ve been familiar with St. Ignatius and his companions across the centuries, Jim Manney’s book “What Matters Most and Why: Living the Spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola,” is sure to have a surprise gem waiting for you to discover.
Beyond mere biology, the importance of Mary’s heart is the key to understanding her virginity. Here’s a Marian inspired Examen to take to prayer.
A favorite show reminds us to ultimately focus on the highlights, rather than the mistakes, in our lives.
Why and How Should the Catholic Church Respond to Its Past? Unpacking Chris Kellerman’s book, All Oppression Shall Cease.
The new movie Till is based on the brutal killing of 14-year-old Emmett Till in Mississippi in 1955 and how his mother became a Civil Rights advocate in the aftermath of her son’s death. Watching it can help us reflect more profoundly on the Passion and death of our Lord.
When you think of sin, do you only think of yourself? Here’s an Advent examination of conscience to help you shine Christ’s light not only on yourself, but on the world around you as well.
How a Catholic Princeton professor got me thinking about finding God in all things, especially literature, beginning with her own book.
Mountain driving teaches us to focus on the center lines, not the guardrails, to navigate beautiful but treacherous highways. That’s a good lesson for the spiritual life.
Thrust into an unfamiliar context, Patrick reflects on how the Jesuit Vow of Poverty is not exclusively about rejecting fancy brands.