Is it really the Easter season? Despite the coronavirus pandemic gripping the world, there are signs of Easter around us. The Jesuit Post is launching a new series for the rest of the Easter season to share stories of hope and joy that we encounter in the world. Do you need some of that in your life today? Check out the first article in the series!
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On this Good Friday, Jesuit rapper, Michael Martinez S.J. produced a music video in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you’re anything like me, you might be spending more time than usual on YouTube. In light of COVID-19, the way I watch has changed, and videos with music have been a source of joy and hope in these trying times.
My Chemical Romance is having a reunion show. That got Jaret Ornelas thinking about the memories he associates with their music. Turns out, they are closely linked to his experiences with the Spiritual Exercises.
Sometimes, loneliness is the only thing that fills the extra space. But not always.
Kanye proclaims “Jesus is King” in his new album, but can we trust the sincerity of his conversion?
So many people are convinced that they create the meaning of their lives and that any faith or tradition handed down to them can and should be abandoned. Bon Iver’s new song “Faith” is an ode to this idea. St. Anselm helps clarify why that view is wrong.
If you’re looking to curl up on a lonely Saturday night with a cup of tea, a warm blanket, and some headphones, then the Lumineers’ newly released album is perfect for you. Even the “happy” songs are sad.
In her new album, “Lover”, Taylor Swift explores all the myriad ways in which we love, but also what power that love can hold over us.
The rapper NF came out with a new album about fame, success, mental health and, ultimately, the desire for a relationship with God. We break down the album with the help of St. Thomas Aquinas.