We keep hearing about synodality in the Catholic Church, but what does it mean? What does it look like? Daniel Leckman, SJ, draws a connection with his vocation as a Jesuit Brother.
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In his thirteenth installment, Deacon Steve relies on his routine to prepare for the long-awaited day.
A lifelong artist, Sebastián found a way to communicate with God through the ancient practice of icon writing.
For our latest Jesuit 101 reflection, Ignatius, a first-time writer, reveals the waves of consolation and desolation he experienced on his novitiate pilgrimage.
The pandemic deprived everyone of a vital aspect of life: the gift of touch. The incarnation shows us that God wants to heal us by touching our wounds. This is especially true for life in a prison. But when we find ways to reach out to others, we discover that Christ has the power to work through our hands to bring healing to those in need.
As a kid, a sister taught Nick that we are like tiny pebbles tossed into a pond; our lives may seem small, but they make ripples. In his first article, he celebrates Catholic Sisters Week by reflecting on the numerous women religious whose lives have made waves of grace into their communities.
Why is it that when we lift our eyes to the sky, searching for answers, we are often directed back to Earth? In his first article, Beto recounts the surprise of seeking God above, but finding God in the least around him.
Canela, a four-legged spiritual master, has been helping me grow in religious life. Here are some of the lessons she’s teaching me.
Sometimes the most difficult moments of our lives are the ones where we feel closest to Jesus. First-time author Dickson found that out on a recent retreat.
St. Ignatius’s Principle and Foundation can help us order our lives and our goals toward that is most important.