Jesuits

Los Angeles ordinations in 2017. Photo courtesy of the Jesuit Conference.
Faith Dispatches
Jim McDermottJune 21, 2017
The consolidation is a work in progress. The brethren have mixed feelings about it, and their provincials know it.
Pope Francis closes the Holy Door of St. Peter's Basilica before a Mass to conclude the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy at the Vatican Nov. 20. In concluding the Holy Year, the pope called for mercy to become a permanent part of the lives of believers. (CNS photo/Maria Grazia Picciarella, pool)
Faith Faith in Focus
Luke Hansen, S.J.June 09, 2017
Parts of us are afraid and behind locked doors. Parts of our society are afraid and behind locked doors. Parts of our church are afraid and behind locked doors.
Faith Faith in Focus
Daniel L. FlahertyJune 08, 2017
To this day I have no idea why the editor of ‘America’ asked me, the youngest and newest member of the staff, to write the story.
Politics & Society Dispatches
Jim McDermottJune 02, 2017
George “Jerry” Martinson, S.J., was one of the most significant Jesuits to work in China since World War II and almost certainly the most well known.
Faith In All Things
Sean Salai, S.J.May 31, 2017
An excerpt from Jesuit Sean Salai's new book "All the Pope’s Saints: The Jesuits Who Shaped Pope Francis"
Politics & Society Video
America FilmsApril 19, 2017
“The Society of Jesus prays with you today because we have greatly sinned and because we are profoundly sorry.”