Black churches are burning, and Brendan Busse tells us we cannot ignore the symbolism.
As a priest who studies parasites, John Shea offers an interesting look at the Pope’s new encyclical.
Our own Nate Romano SJ offers some thoughts on why today’s Supreme Court decision on healthcare is a victory for the common good.
What on earth do religious devotion and a mini-horse from Parks & Rec have in common? More than you would expect, says Chris Schroeder.
Don’t miss the subtle shifts in this new papal document.
Henry Longbottom, author of the blog Green Jesuit, provides a summary of the Pope’s just-released encyclical on care for the environment, “Laudato si.”
Henry Longbottom, SJ offers some thoughtful suggestions for how to get ready to read Pope Francis’s forthcoming encyclical.
Looking for that perfect jam for a road trip or day at the beach? Check out Ken Homan’s list of summer tunes.
We may not have otherworldly physical gifts, but each of us can still be a good friend. Michael Rossmann writes about an unlikely basketball record-setter who shows how being a good friend can pay off.
As much as new life is growing outside, Michael Rossmann reflects on how May is often a month of hard goodbyes and having one’s roots ripped out.