David Neuhaus was born to Jewish parents fleeing the Holocaust. Today, he's a Jesuit priest working for Israeli-Palestinian reconciliation.
The Oscar-winning director took questions from Jesuits around the world about his latest work and his own faith.
“Pope Francis—and myself, we’re sons of a church and a living church.”
The continent ends the year much as it began: in disarray, devoid of any vision for the future and united in hardly any sense at all.
“We’re trying to do something for our nation,” says Taylor Charging Crow. “We’re risking our lives. We’re risking our families.”
All of us have interior afflictions that paralyze us, like the unnamed ailment that ravaged the man in Luke’s Gospel and left him motionless on a stretcher.
Complacency is an occupational hazard of participating in a two-thousand year old belief system.