Does social media really help us to stay connected? After years of weighing the pros and cons, Ian finally ditched his social media accounts for good. Read about his discernment.
Posts in Current Events
Michael Pollan’s Netflix docuseries is part of a new wave of research that pushes our Church to ask hard questions.
Why do we eat cows but not dogs? Why does it seem that some animals have different, and better, rights than do others? Daniel Mascarenhas wrestles with these thorny questions from several different angles.
The Jesuit Border Podcast seeks to promote a greater understanding of the migrant situation at the U.S.-Mexico border and the Catholic response. In the second season, Frs. Louie and Brian explore the Corporal Works of Mercy and how they are lived out on the border. Our study guide can help you use the series for classroom teaching, group discussion, or deeper personal reflection.
Discouraged by the wounds in the everlasting hills of his home state, Nate trusts in the way the Sacred Heart of Jesus continues to labor even in the face of environmental catastrophe.
While in the novitiate, Danilo worked with numerous refugees and found himself invited to see himself and Christ in them.
The bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ. What does that mean for us?
We keep hearing about synodality in the Catholic Church, but what does it mean? What does it look like? Daniel Leckman, SJ, draws a connection with his vocation as a Jesuit Brother.
In the wake of the mass shooting at a grocery store in Buffalo, Christian saw firsthand how the Spirit came upon a community beset by grief.
The Catholic Church’s stance on nuclear arms is a radical teaching in the face of a radical threat.