On the Feast of All Souls, many people fondly remember their deceased grandparents. For Billy, that experience of boundless love for an elder helped break through a distracting period of prayer.
When you think of sin, do you only think of yourself? Here’s an Advent examination of conscience to help you shine Christ’s light not only on yourself, but on the world around you as well.
The nightly news offers stories of migrant families struggling for survival. Arriving in Morocco, Danilo was shocked to find something else: hope.
The release of Spotify Wrapped every year has become an occasion for an informal examen of the past year. As you go through your most listened to songs, artists, and genres, what do they say about you? Does God speak to you through music? Nate Cortas, SJ, reflects on his own Spotify Wrapped and invites us all to do the same.
Wedding stories often show how a couple overcame obstacles in their relationship. Philip shares how the First week of the Spiritual Exercises helped transform his understanding of obstacles in his relationship with God.
In an exclusive interview, 350.org’s Bill McKibben offers worries, hopes, and his advice for getting through to tomorrow.
As the Ignatian Family Teach-In celebrates its 25th anniversary, it continues to emphasize the legacy of the past so that we might learn how to build a better future.
Immersed in an unfamiliar culture in Central America, William found his eyes opened to the gift of synodality Pope Francis keeps insisting we must inculcate throughout the Church.
Critics faulted Pope Francis for not referencing this long-standing controversy when he visited Canada this summer. What is the Doctrine of Discovery? And why were people so upset?