It’s true, we’re sinners, but we are sinners loved by God. Fr. Brian Strassburger, SJ, reflects on the importance of admitting our weakness and God’s mercy.
This Lent, You Should Go to Prison
Experience the joy of prison ministry this Lent. Ian Peoples, SJ, shares his experience as a prison chaplain and reflects on the opportunity to encounter Christ. Discover how this ministry can change you and bring hope to those who need it most.
Left in the Shadows: The Suffering of LGBTQ+ Youth and a Catholic Response
A CDC study shows high rates of mental health issues among teens. A group that is suffering, but too often neglected is LGBTQ+ youth. Chris Williams, SJ, delves into the findings and emphasizes the need for compassion and acknowledgment of their struggles.
Review: Elvis’s New Biopic Shows the Rise and Fall of Music’s Biggest Star
The Oscar-nominated film portrays Elvis’s glorious and troubled life before his death at the age of 42 years old. It also can serve as a reminder to discern our decisions well. Are we guided by the desire for riches, honor, and pride? Or does God lead the way?
Online Lenten Retreat
Join Deacon Damian Torres-Botello, SJ, for our 2023 Lenten Retreat: Who do you say that I am? New videos every Friday of Lent.
The Jesuit Border Podcast
New episodes on Tuesdays
The Jesuit Border Podcast seeks to highlight the work that the Catholic Church and others are doing to address the needs of migrants along the US-Mexico border. Fr. Brian Strassburger and Fr. Louie Hotop share stories and reflections about their own ministry among migrants and they interview others who work with and advocate for migrants and refugees.
A Deacon’s Diary: I’m a Deacon Now…The Latest Stop on an Unpredictable Journey
In his second installment of this season’s Deacon’s Diary, Damian reflects on how the journey of life has beginnings and endings.
Making Your Own Bible with Dr. Imani Perry
How a Catholic Princeton professor got me thinking about finding God in all things, especially literature, beginning with her own book.
Soccer Brought Me Closer to My Brother. Imagine what the World Cup Could Do.
Reflecting on a fraternal love of soccer, Ty wonders what reconciling possibilities the world’s largest sporting event might have.
St. Martin of Tours, Veteran’s Day, and the Call of Christ the King
What does an an ancient saint have to do with Veteran’s Day? Read how St. Martin of Tours helps us understand fidelity to the call to serve.
Who do you love? Does that frighten you?
As Christians, we know that it all boils down to love. Sometimes that can be a comfort, but what about when it’s scary?
Derry Girls: Finding Hope in a Troubled World
The third and final season of Derry Girls brings more of the same comedy that we’ve come to expect, while showing more of the conflict present in Ireland at the time. As we look at conflicts in the present, maybe this show can help us find hope in troubled times.