Podcast: Arturo Sosa, SJ, on being the leader of the Jesuits, Pope Francis and the Ignatian Year
This week, Ashley and Inside the Vatican’s Colleen Dulle chat with Arturo Sosa, S.J., the 31st Superior General of the Society of Jesus. In other words, he’s got St. Ignatius Loyola’s old job. In other words, he leads the world’s Jesuits.
Our Guest: Father Arturo Sosa, superior general of the Society of Jesus
Signs of the Times
- Lay people have been passing on the Catholic faith for 2,000 years. Now Pope Francis has made it an official ministry
- Vatican sends letter to U.S. bishops: Don’t rush the debate on Communion, politicians and abortion
- Bishop McElroy: The Eucharist is being weaponized for political ends. This must not happen.
- For the church to live in eucharistic coherence, we must be willing to challenge Catholics persisting in grave sin.
What’s on tap: The Cannonball (the official cocktail of the Ignatian Year)
Lime juice, 3/4oz
Blackberries, 6 (reserve one for garnish (this is the ‘cannonball’))
Jalapeno slices, 4
Agave nectar, 1/2oz
Soda water (optional)
In the bottom of a cocktail shaker, muddle together blackberries, jalapeno slices and lime juice. Add ice, mezcal, and agave nectar. Shake vigorously for 30 seconds. Strain into an old fashioned glass with ice. Drop one blackberry in from a height of 6 inches. Observe impact. Clean up. If desired, top with soda water or seltzer. Finally, await convalescence and conversion.