In his first article, William reflects on how perfectionist ideals can distract him from the ongoing journey that the Ignatian concept of the magis demands.
As Christians, we believe God created the world with an inherent pattern which we can discover. Marvel’s “Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” presents this pattern at the center of the Multiverse, but are they aware of it?
Some Jesuits enter the Society of Jesus not knowing whether they’re called to priesthood or to the vocation of being a Jesuit brother. Read how one brother discovered his particular vocation.
Discouraged by the wounds in the everlasting hills of his home state, Nate trusts in the way the Sacred Heart of Jesus continues to labor even in the face of environmental catastrophe.
The “problem of evil” in the world is a question that has plagued people of all faiths (and none) for centuries. What do St. Augustine and St. Teresa of Avila have to teach us about this problem?
It is easy to accompany Jesus in the good times, but it’s much tougher to accompany him in hard times. In our Lenten Retreat, David invites us to accompany Jesus in the moments leading to his Passion.
Deacon Steve reflects on St. Paul’s invitation to embrace authenticity in his tenth installment.
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.
Jesus told his disciples, “Love one another as I love you.” In this week’s talk of our Lenten Retreat, David explores the way that Jesus treats others in scripture. Jesus gives us an example of expansive, inclusive love.