In his recent visit to Iraq, Pope Francis gives encouragement and hope to the wounded healers who help returnees in Qaraqosh.
In the aftermath of an explosion, COVID-19 lockdowns, and economic challenges, Pope Francis’s call to fraternity resounds in religiously pluralistic Beirut.
The setting of Milan’s Duomo triggers reflections on space, time, and inexorable need for communion.
In this strangest of Easter seasons, what do “Tiger King” and the resurrection of Christ have in common?
Films about the life of Christ can help us deepen our relationship with Jesus. Four Jesuits pick four different movies on the life of Jesus and reflect on how these selections help them draw closer to Christ.
This is a time where people should develop an attitude of contemplation. How can we take a “long, loving, look at the real,” during the COVID-19 pandemic?
The Jewish diarist and Auschwitz victim Etty Hillesum shows us that suffering need not have the last word.
In Greta Gerwig film adaptation of the classic novel “Little Women,” it is the day-to-day encounters with people, things and places that are important, and they are worthy of telling stories about.
In “A Hidden Life,” Terrence Malick reveals to us an icon of Christ in the conscientious objector Franz Jägerstätter as he opposes serving in the Nazi military.