Images of state violence against gang members in El Salvador troubled Christian. In Greg Boyle’s new book and in his experience at Homeboy Industries, he found a radically different approach.
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With his latest paintings, An reflects on the blackouts that disrupted his childhood in Vietnam. They taught him to depend on the light.
Once again, we turn the aux cord over to Joe to lead us through the liturgical journey to come. Bookmark it and return in the weeks ahead as we continue to celebrate the Resurrection.
In the new film “Llegaron de Noche,” we learn the story of Lucía, the sole witness to the murder of the Jesuits and two housekeepers at the UCA in El Salvador. Her courage and commitment to the truth is a model for all of us.
Looking toward the Triduum, Aric offers another song that invites you into the paradox of the Cross.
In his first article, Jack describes a process of leaving a sport he loved in college. After becoming a Jesuit, God called him back in surprising ways.
With his latest music release, Aric draws on the difficult experiences of change, of seeing the light, which can shock us out of our usual routines.
For Timothy, songs end up serving as a kind of self-prophecy, priming him for a spiritual lesson further down the road. Listen to his latest song, Heart Beat, to hear where he came from and where he’s going.
In college, Joe loved to man the playlist at the party. For Lent this year, he offers a selection of tunes to guide you through these forty days. Bookmark it, and return each week.
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.