This essay is not about inflation, or about eating at a Michelin star restaurant. This essay is not about exotic superfoods from the Himalayas or about Jesuit extravagance. This essay is about gardening. Put on your work boots, and prepare for some garden variety theology.
Posts in Current Events
This past Holy Saturday Luke went from marching through downtown Manhattan for the climate crisis to participating in the Easter Vigil liturgy, all within the space of four hours. He shares his spiritual journey in his first article.
When recycling trash and donating things doesn’t work, we can ask God to help us reject our consumerist tendencies.
The Synod on Synodality is all about listening to the people of God. But what does that look like in action? Read how one parish in Cleveland is implementing the synod through listening sessions with parishioners and the fruits these conversations are bearing.
To ever follow Jesus is the form of Christian life. When we step into our roles as citizens, we do not step out of that discipleship. Catholic Social Teaching helps guide how we live our discipleship out.
Why is it that when we lift our eyes to the sky, searching for answers, we are often directed back to Earth? In his first article, Beto recounts the surprise of seeking God above, but finding God in the least around him.
Pope Francis hopped on a Zoom call with university students from across the Americas. In doing so, he demonstrated a key synodal disposition: to be a listening Church. Here are three takeaways from the conversation.
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.
It’s been almost two years since the official declaration of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Stress and anxiety are at an all time high. What does a 14th century mystic have to teach us?
The pandemic and the Synod on Synodality confront us with a question: who are the Church? Our answer matters.