Being at home with my family during the pandemic has made me appreciate the familial dimensions of the Resurrection. This is the latest in our signs of Easter series!
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We could all use a pick-me-up in the midst of the coronavirus and round-the-clock news coverage. Here is a hodge-podge of positivity. Some signs of Easter surrounding us. A comical collection of videos, poems, art, and Tweets. Something to put a smile on your face.
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!
The grace of the Fourth Week is to enter into the joy and consolation of Jesus as he savors the glory of the Resurrection.
https://youtu.be/ye8FcM5Kdn4 The grace of the Third Week is to have sorrow and compassion for Jesus, to suffer with him because he goes to his passion for us. This episode begins by discussing the Paschal Path, which is where the Lord is leading us, and a path that...
This episode focuses on how we stay on the path to God through discernment and the people that we walk with on the journey.
The Second Week of the Spiritual Exercises is split into two episodes. This first one focuses on why we walk this particular path on our journey of faith, and not another.
This episode will focus on four primary types of obstacles faced on our journey of faith: sin, false idols, attachments, and self-doubt. Reflecting on the obstacles that we face always has to be framed within the context of God’s infinite love and mercy. We are sinners, loved by God.
Join us for our online preached retreat, based on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola. Brian Strassburger, SJ, will guide us through themes of the exercises and offer resources for prayer and reflection. This is the first of six talks that will be...
The Our Father is one of the fundamental prayers of our Christian faith. It is a central part of the Mass, and it gets recited in prayer by billions of Catholics around the world every day. This contribution to the TJP Catholic 101 series looks deeper into the Lord’s Prayer to reflect on the language and meaning of this timeless prayer taught to us by Jesus himself.