What is the value of human life? While there seems to be an agreement that such a question is worth asking, there is much debate on what ought to be its appropriate response. The incongruity in the responses to this age-old question has led to the heart-rending...
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The socioeconomic and political crisis has caused millions of Venezuelans to flee their homeland. Now those migrants are suffering even more acutely amid the coronavirus pandemic. Hear about how the Jesuits in Colombia are responding to this crisis, and learn about how you can get involved.
The setting of Milan’s Duomo triggers reflections on space, time, and inexorable need for communion.
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?
In “Querida Amazonia” Pope Francis amplifies the voice of Amazonian peoples and reminds the world to treat the Amazon with love.
A summary of Pope Francis’s apostolic exhortation on the “Amazon Synod” or the Synod for Bishops of the Pan-Amazonian Region.
Pope Francis Says It’s Time for a More Amazonian Church, but That Doesn’t Mean Married Priests or Women Deacons
The Holy Father discerned that the Holy Spirit was not calling him to weigh in on the two controversial proposals.
Pope Francis reflects on the Amazon Synod and dreams of an Amazon region that shows forth reconciliation among God, people, and the environment.
What a decade for the Jesuits! The 2010s included Sister Jean’s Final Four run, Missy Franklin’s gold medals, new books by James Martin, S.J., the founding of Arrupe College in Chicago, the canonization of Peter Faber, the birth of The Jesuit Post, and (oh yeah!) the election of Pope Francis. Let’s count down the TOP TEN Jesuit events of the decade.
The recent FOCUS Student Leadership Summit was an experience of the rich diversity in the Catholic Church and affirmed the call to evangelize.