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Francis’ Visit to Egypt: Why Was It a Big Deal?
At a difficult time in Egyptian history, Pope Francis brought a lived faith rooted in the hope of the resurrection.
Why Power Rangers would be Pope Francis’s favorite superhero movie
Edward Chow, S.J., begs us to have mercy on the new Power Rangers movie and maybe experience some redemption in the process
A Super Bowl Comeback to Dignity and Inclusion: Did You Catch It?
In the midst of the one heck of a game and comeback, Colten Biro, SJ, identifies 9 messages which meant more than you might think.
Ten things you might have missed in “The Young Pope”
Irreverent? Surreal? Blasphemous? Beautiful? Just plain weird? Jason Downer’s here to help us make sense of “The Young Pope”‘s debut on HBO.
Pope Francis’ Revolution
Has there been a “reform of the reform”?
Embodying Mercy: An Interview with Sister Norma Pimentel, MJ
Sister Norma Pimentel on being “who God is forming you to become.”
On Women Deacons
Pope Francis called a commission to explore the possibility of ordaining women as deacons. We ask Luke Hansen, SJ to help explain to us the key issues at stake.
6 Spiritual Lessons Learned from Watching Michael Phelps
We may not be Michael Phelps in the pool, writes Tony Homsy, SJ, but watching him can help us “fight the good fight.”
John Oliver and the Year Of Mercy
What do a British comedian and an Argentine pope have in common? Jason Downer SJ helps us find out.