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A Reflection for the Second Sunday of Advent, by James T. Keane
A Reflection for the Memorial of St. Francis Xavier, by J.D. Long-García
The graces of the sacraments of Anointing of the Sick, Ordination, Baptism, Matrimony and Eucharist compounded as they were being lived out.
A group of young adults draw on windows with markers
This imaginary scene depicts the dreams of many Catholics: a church that welcomes LGBTQ people, allows women to be ordained and gives young Catholics a platform for their ideas.
A view of St. Peter’s Square, Vatican City and Rome from the top of Michelangelo’s dome in St. Peter’s Basilica.
The judges ruled that the trial would continue, urging prosecutors to investigate Perlasca’s earlier testimony over the winter holidays.
Terence Sweeney
Too many of us are attracted to a “spatial” life because we can control spaces and stop them from changing. But time, even when managed, is always beyond our control. In his new book, James K. A. Smith seeks to reorient us to the reality of human life as temporal.
pope francis celebrates mass holding incense and thurible, red poinsettas are behind him
With most of the restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic removed, Pope Francis is scheduled to return to a full slate of public liturgies in December and January.
A Reflection for Friday of the First Week of Advent, by Cristobal Spielmann
This week on “Jesuitical,” we’re talking to Kerry Weber about what it was like to be a woman asking PopeFrancis about women’s ordination, a question considered by many to be off the table, within the walls of the Vatican.
A decades-old memorial for people who died from AIDS-related complications has found a new home in a New York City church.