Catholic Identity

Sean Salai, S.J. October 07, 2019
Mr. Pearce, an English-born Catholic critic, talks about the latest developments in research on Shakespeare's faith life.
Daniel Cosacchi October 04, 2019
This book, the story of a Czech priest working under communist oppression, constitutes a profound reflection on the 1989 collapse of communism and the liberation of the Czech people.
Kevin Jackson September 27, 2019
Malcolm Gladwell joins the hosts of Jesuitical for a conversation about his experience in thinking like a Jesuit.
When local Catholic leaders Sept. 23 welcomed a delegation from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, including lay ministers who tend to migrants in various parts of the U.S., they proudly spoke of the "DNA" of the El Paso community, one that doesn't treat those who aren't from the area as
David Albertson, Jason Blakely September 19, 2019
From a unity deeper than citizenship, that of baptism, we implore our fellow Christians: Join us in denouncing this violence, and help us understand what distance is left between that nationalism and yours.
Angelo Jesus Canta September 06, 2019

Americans are increasingly familiar with stories of unauthorized border crossings, but what about those who enter the United States legally—and stay longer than permitted? Grace Talusan’s new memoir, The Body Papers, explores this underrepresented immigrant story.