The gifts of the Holy Spirit empower us to have hearts and minds like that of Jesus Christ and grant us a foretaste of the divine life.
In the Second Week of the Spiritual Exercises, St. Ignatius leads us to focus on the life of Christ. The grace of this week is to “know Jesus more clearly, to love him dearly, and follow him more nearly.” All the meditations of this week help us do just that.
Reflecting on the Vietnamese martyrs, Eddie sees a vision of the Church that fulfills the Evangelical promise. May the life of Lê Thị Thành inspire us to be, to do something more.
After a family tragedy, Ignatius got prayer advice from an unexpected source: the ducks on Lake Michigan.
Michael Pollan’s Netflix docuseries is part of a new wave of research that pushes our Church to ask hard questions.
The vow of chastity can be the most confounding and unsettling, both to those who process the vows and to those who don’t. Nick reflects on the challenges and the graces of this vow and how he learned to live it through the example of his parents.
With *ALL THIS* going on, Ty struggled to find God on his newsfeed. In his first article, he shares how God turned him to his neighbors instead.
As a child, An feared a ghostly apparition would appear in the night. As an adult, he longs for the simplicity of prayer that marked those haunted nights.