Do you feel like you’re on defense when it comes to faith and justice? Austin Kleman, SJ, reflects on the promise of Jesus to Peter, assuring us that His Kingdom will always prevail.
Icons are not only a form of art: they orient the mind and heart towards the mysteries of God, and thus they’re an important resource for prayer, especially in Eastern Christianity.
When illness strikes, it can’t be life-hacked away. Reflecting on his time as a hospital chaplain, James shares how he witnessed the healing power of compassion, hope, and prayer.
A live-action adaptation of One Piece, one of the biggest anime series of all time, recently came to Netflix. Long-time fan of series, Sean, reflects on why the anime is so beloved and how it might inspire us to more passionately pursue our dreams.
Why and How Should the Catholic Church Respond to Its Past? Unpacking Chris Kellerman’s book, All Oppression Shall Cease.
For many of us, morning coffee is a sacred routine. Still, sometimes it loses its flavor. Beto explains how his ritual coffee helped him respond to difficult moments in his spiritual life.
The final talk of our Lenten Retreat asks once again the question, “Who do you say that I am?” In gratitude for all that God has given us, our response is to give ourselves in return. Giving ourselves to God also means giving ourselves to those around us.
In the Third Week of the Spiritual Exercises, Ignatius brings our focus to the last moments in Jesus’ life, starting with the Last Supper and following every event through his crucifixion, death, and burial. We are invited to stay by his side and witness the great depths of God’s love for us.
How is that Catholics believe Christ becomes really present under the form of bread and wine at Mass? Joe Seiter helps us understand transubstantiation, and how theology and faith both inform one of the Church’s great mysteries.
As we move through Holy Week, we move further into our Lenten Retreat. After looking at our sins we are met with a healthy and good dose of confusion for God’s immense love for us. How does this love move us to respond?