Reflecting on a fraternal love of soccer, Ty wonders what reconciling possibilities the world’s largest sporting event might have.
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Watching Emmy-nominee Euphoria, José found himself ruminating on the work of an influential philosopher. Decades ago, he diagnosed the problems facing Zendaya’s character and others.
As a child, An feared a ghostly apparition would appear in the night. As an adult, he longs for the simplicity of prayer that marked those haunted nights.
Winning championships is nice, but character development is mission critical.
It can be incredibly distressing not to be believed. In our latest Jesuit 101 reflection, John encourages us to listen even to those whom everyone else doubts.
Corporate media’s traditional forms of distributing information are not keeping up with means and content that the next generation of media consumers are seeking, especially long-form interviews that podcasts make use of. The New York Times commentary on the phenomenon of Joe Rogan’s podcast success, published July 4th, 2021, takes a defensive position and admits a self-realization that their traditional form and control over information is not a model that is drawing new consumers.
Sometimes a win in soccer means more than just a win on the field. Ian Peoples reflects on the significance of Italy’s and Argentina’s victories in their respective championships.
In this strangest of Easter seasons, what do “Tiger King” and the resurrection of Christ have in common?
Netflix will begin streaming the classic anime series “Neon Genesis Evangelion” next week, a series that explores themes of war and violence, along with the psychological toll that it can have on combatants. All of which are relevant themes after the commemoration of the 75th anniversary of D-Day earlier this month.
In a new musical, Henry VII’s six wives are resurrected. Watching their reclaimed stories, Andrew found himself in tears mourning lives un-lived.