Have you ever heard the term Magis? Too often this Ignatian term gets misused. Magis doesn’t just mean “more.” There’s more to it than that.
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.
We have to sweat the small stuff, because many times, the small stuff is where the good and evil spirit are at work.
The Synod on Synodality is all about listening to the people of God. But what does that look like in action? Read how one parish in Cleveland is implementing the synod through listening sessions with parishioners and the fruits these conversations are bearing.
In his first article, RJ revels in what a terminally ill patient taught him about prayer.
Jesus says that he is the true vine. That must mean there are false vines out there too. In this talk, David introduces the meditation on the Two Standards and reflects on the things that draw us closer or further from Christ.
For our latest Jesuit 101 reflection, Ignatius, a first-time writer, reveals the waves of consolation and desolation he experienced on his novitiate pilgrimage.